(A)   The officer responding to a dispatch resulting from a burglary, robbery, panic, or trouble alarm notification shall record such information as necessary to permit the Chief to maintain records, including but not limited to the following information:
      (1)   Identification of the permit holder.
      (2)   Identification of the alarm site.
      (3)   Arrival time and dispatch received time.
      (4)   Time of day, date.
      (5)   Weather conditions.
      (6)   Area and/or sub-area of premise involved.
      (7)   Name of permit holder's representative on premises.
      (8)   If any permit holder's representative fails or refuses to respond the names of the individuals contacted shall be noted in the departmental computer in the comment field under the call for service.
   (B)   The responding police officer shall indicate whether the notification was caused by a criminal offense, an attempted criminal offense, or a false alarm.
   (C)   In the case of an assumed false alarm (when a permit holder representative fails or refuses to respond) the responding police officer shall leave notice at the alarm site that the Police Department has responded to a false alarm notification. The notice must including the following information:
      (1)   The date and time of police response to the false alarm notification.
      (2)   The identification number of the responding police officer.
      (3)   A statement urging the permit holder to ensure the alarm system is properly operated and maintained in order to avoid service fees.
(Ord. passed 6-27-94)