Don’t miss out on the next wave of RMR – your competitor won’t. The video alarm tsunami is creating new opportunities for growth and new partnerships. These experts explain why.

Law enforcement and insurance leaders explain how video verified alarm systems and priority response make arrests and lower losses. The Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response (PPVAR) is hosting a symposium that underscores the value of video verified alarms to all the stakeholders combatting property crime. Two powerful panel discussions underscore how video verified alarm systems actually create greater value for both the “alarm industry” and “law enforcement/insurers.”  Dramatic reductions in hardware and monitoring costs mean that video alarm systems are moving into the mainstream alarm market – and delivering greater value. This symposium explains how.

Symposium sponsor John Mack, president of Imperial Capital, will speak to the financial opportunities priority response creates for the average alarm dealer. Additional alarm panel experts representing UL, alarm manufactures, third-party central stations and legal experts will all provide their insight on the growing trend in monitored video alarm systems. A separate law enforcement/insurance panel composed of experts from the Texas Police Chiefs Assn. Alarm Management Committee, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Dept., National Insurance Crime Bureau and Verisk Crime Analytics will outline how alarm dealers and central stations can use video verified alarms to strengthen public/private partnerships and reduce losses and deliver greater security to their customers.

Law enforcement agencies from four of the five largest cities are already working on the PPVAR video verification committees (along with UL and alarm industry experts) to enhance existing standards for verified alarm systems. PPVAR has been promoting the new ISC West Law Enforcement Pavilion near the rear of the exhibit hall as another example of how the security industry is reaching out to strengthen partnerships. Plan on attending the Video Verification Symposium and look for invitation cards being handed out in the exhibit hall by PPVAR members promoting hardware and monitoring solutions that maximize the value of professionally monitored video alarms.