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(A) An alarm user's permit shall be suspended or revoked when an alarm system generates five or more false alarms in a period of 12 consecutive months.
(B) In accordance with the procedure contained in section 11-72(C), a permit may be suspended or revoked if the permittee fails to make timely payment of false alarm dispatch fees, or false alarm fines or penalties.
(C) The city shall suspend burglary alarm call dispatches to alarm sites whose permit is in a suspended or revoked status.
(1) Absent the alarm user's written request to their alarm business and the alarm administrator that indicates otherwise, the suspension of an alarm user's permit will not discontinue responses to robbery, panic, and duress alarms.
(2) Regardless of circumstance or call disposition, all police alarm dispatches to the alarm site whose permit is under suspension shall be treated and fined as the equivalent of a response to an excessive false alarm, as prescribed in subsection 11-72(D)(2).
(3) Regardless of circumstance or call disposition, all police alarm dispatches to an alarm site with a revoked alarm permit shall be treated and fined at an amount established by city council resolution, regardless of circumstance or call disposition, as prescribed in subsection 11-72(E)(2).