> purposes). So unless you have a secondary verification in place then
> the gardai ain't coming. Most people don't so therefore most of the
The secondary verification is being built into all current and future alarm systems. The central stations will not receive a full alarm unless two activations are triggered within a specified period of time. So the alarm will control verification and the CS merely receives a verified alarm signal and contacts the owner and the gardaí.
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 15:33:49 +0000, Bernhard Rohrer <graylion at sm-wg.net> wrote:
>> > he's in and out quickly, generally. See if you can get statistics from
> > Eircom as to the average time from Phonewatch control calling the Gardai
> > to a patrol car doing a flyby. If you can even get such statistics, I'll
> > be surprised. I have even heard it said that the Gardai don't respond to
>> AFAIK not true for phonewatch
>> friend of mine lives in a house that has it. he accidentally reset it
> while taking out the rubbish. He wasn't even back in the house yet when
> a squadcar pulled up.
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