(A)   The police officer who responds to an alarm dispatch request shall record such information as required by the Alarm Administrator, including, but not limited to the following:
      (1)   Identification of the alarm site;
      (2)   Time officer was dispatched and time of arrival at alarm site;
      (3)   Date and time of alarm;
      (4)   Weather conditions;
      (5)   Areas and/or sub-area of premises involved; and
      (6)   Name of alarm user's representative on premises, if any.
   (B)   The police officer who responds shall indicate on the dispatch record whether the dispatch was caused by a criminal offense, an attempted criminal offense, or was a false alarm dispatch.
   (C)   In the case of a false alarm dispatch, the police officer who responds shall leave notice at the alarm site that the Police Department responded to a false alarm dispatch. The notice shall include the following information:
      (1)   The date and time of police response to the false alarm dispatch;
      (2)   The identification number of the police officer(s) who responded; and,
      (3)   A statement urging the alarm user to ensure that the alarm system is properly operated, inspected, and serviced in order to avoid service fees.
   (D)   Alarm businesses that perform monitoring services shall maintain, for a period of at least one year following a request for police dispatch to an alarm site, records relating to the dispatch. These records must include:
      (1)   The name, address, phone number and alarm user's registration number;
      (2)   The alarm system zone(s) activated;
      (3)   The time of request for police dispatch; and
      (4)   Evidence that attempts to verify the alarm required by § 127.04(A)(1) were made to the alarm site prior to the request for police dispatch.
   At the Alarm Administrator's request, the alarm business shall provide to the Alarm Administrator the records referenced in subsection (D) for any individual alarm user.
(Lou. Metro Ord. No. 156-2021, approved 11-11-2021)