Alarm registration program begins in Suffolk

The "Alarm Management Program" is designed to cut the number of false alarm calls throughout the county.

Nassau has a similar program already in place.

Nassau has a similar program already in place. (6/1/16)

WOODBURY - Suffolk County's alarm registration program officially begins today. 

The "Alarm Management Program" is designed to cut the number of false alarm calls throughout the county.

The program costs $50 for homeowners to register and $100 for businesses.

If you are not registered, police can charge you if they respond to more than two false alarms. 

Nassau has a similar program already in place. 

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Alarm Management Program of Suffolk

False Alarm Reduction

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