(A)   The officer responding to an alarm dispatch request shall record such information as necessary to permit the alarm administrator (Police Dispatcher) to maintain records, included but not limited to, the following information:
      (1)   Identification of the alarm site;
      (2)   Arrival time at the alarm site and dispatch received time;
      (3)   Date and time of dispatch;
      (4)   Weather conditions;
      (5)   Area and/or sub-area of premise involved;
      (6)   Name of alarm user’s representative on premises, if any;
      (7)   Identification of the responsible alarm business; and/or
      (8)   Unable to locate the address.
   (B)   The responding police officer/fire personnel shall indicate on the dispatch record whether the dispatch was caused by a criminal offense, an attempted criminal offense, was weather related, an actual fire alarm request, or a false alarm dispatch.
   (C)   In case of an assumed false alarm dispatch, the responding police officer/fire personnel shall leave notice at the alarm site that the Police/Fire Department has responded to a false alarm dispatch. The notice shall include the following:
      (1)   The date and time of the police/fire response to the false alarm dispatch;
      (2)   The identification number and name of the responding police officer/Fire Department personnel;
      (3)   A statement urging the alarm user to ensure that the alarm system is properly operated, inspected, and serviced in order to avoid further penalties.
   (D)   Alarm businesses which perform minoring services must maintain, for a period of at least one year following request for police/fire dispatch to an alarm site, records relating to the dispatch. Records must include the name, address and phone number of the alarm user, the alarm system zones or points activated, the time of the request for police/fire dispatch. The city may request copies of such records for individually named alarm users, which shall be promptly provided to the city within seven days of the request.
(Ord. 99-4974, passed 1-5-1999)