What good is an alarm system if no one responds? Registering a permit informs local authorities that your home is protected by a monitored alarm system, helping them be there when you need them most.
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You may need this for your permit application.
Some states may have a variety of reasons for exempting Frontpoint from their licensing requirement. Others might not require a license at all.
What Is a Permit?
Many local governments require residents to register an alarm permit after activating a monitored alarm system. Permit use varies by jurisdiction, but generally they tell local authorities how many monitored systems are in their communities - helping them manage resources and personnel for emergency dispatches.
In some areas, responders may not dispatch at all to alarms from an address without a registered system. Plus, registering your system may protect you from penalties or fines if authorities respond to an accidental or false alarm.
Do I Need a Permit?
Some jurisdictions require it, some don't. Make sure to research and familiarize yourself with your local permit laws. Our compliance team may reach out with information once you've purchased your system, and are here to answer questions every step of the way.
Have More Questions?
If you’re interested in the permit situation in your area, please contact us at 1-855-808-1480, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can help answer any questions you may have throughout this process.
Compliance Doesn't Have To Be Complicated.
Not sure where to start? Our dedicated compliance team can help you research your local permit requirements based on your address.
Less Hassle for You
Our team will send you some paperwork and depending on jurisdiction, may follow up with a friendly reminder for you to complete your registration.