Sonitrol’s alarm systems are already Verified through electronic surveillance. Here are some things to know about our system:
|CONVENTIONAL SYSTEMS||VOLUMETRIC COVERAGE|
|Conventional systems have a false alarm rate of up to 98%||Sonitrol has a low false alarm rate|
|Cannot tell the difference between real trouble and false alarms||Trained operators listen to live audio, recognize non-threatening noises and reset the system|
|Covers only part of a facility, from limited points of entry||Complete coverage from any point of entry|
|Activated after break-in, when intruder is already inside||Detection while intruder is still attempting to gain entry|
|Most monitoring personnel call the facility first to verify break in, then call the owner to see if they should send police||Sonitrol operators confirm with live audio immediately, call police, and stay in contact to provide real-time intelligence to assist with apprehension|
|Most use audible alarms which alert intruders, and makes it easy for criminals to test the system||Silent alarm leads to Sonitrol's high apprehension rate|
There is a new wave in law enforcement sweeping across the country called Verified Response (VR) and many cities have already enacted a policy. Here are some things that you have to consider:
The MultiSensor is Sonitrol’s all-in-one solution! It works as a camera, motion detector, and glass break detector for your convenience. This product can work as a stand-alone or integrated security surveillance device. It also features WiFi connectivity.
Alarm owners and/or private security companies bear the responsibility of verifying that the alarm is not false and that an intrusion is actually taking place before the police will be dispatched. Verification is accomplished through highly trained central station operators.