Video-Verified Alarms with Real-Time Verification
What Are the Common Causes of False Alarms?
Alarm types and
Door contact alarms
Door misalignments, wind, contact damage
Glass break alarms
Motion detector false alarms
Signage changes, insects, birds, heaters
Environmental wear, rodents
Main alarm panel
Wire fatigue, tamper switch failure
User error is one of the leading causes of false alarms and results in disruptions and fines. Training gaps, forgotten alarm codes, and an incorrect approach to handling zone bypassing can result in false alarms.
Why Multi-Location Enterprises Should Implement Video-Verified Alarms
Faster Alarm Response
Given that only about 1 to 6 percent of all alarm events are linked to actual burglary-related incidents, police in most communities assign a low priority to all burglar alarm calls, thus reducing alarm effectiveness.
Reduced False Alarm Penalties
Increased Security for Employees
Better Employee Experience
False alarms require key employees or store/restaurant managers to attend to escalation calls after shift hours. Without video verification, employees are forced to check in on the location and deal with the hassle of additional paperwork.
How Does Video Verification of Alarms Work?
What Happens When a False Alarm Is Detected?
If our intervention specialists detect a break-in or a robbery in progress, they will immediately call law enforcement and share detailed, real-time information about the incident.
What Happens When a Real Threat Is Detected?
If Interface intervention specialists detect a break-in or a robbery in progress, they will immediately call law enforcement and share detailed, real-time information of the scene.
Find Out How Interface Customers Gain with Video Verified Alarms
The Old Spaghetti Factory
Eliminate False Alarm Fines and Improve Law Enforcement Response Times
Our fully managed alarm services with video verification can pay for itself in just a few months.