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(a) The city may discontinue response of emergency services personnel if the city determines that:
(1) There is any violation of this chapter;
(2) There is a false statement of material matter in the application for permit;
(3) An alarm system has generated seven or more false alarms during any twelve month period;
(4) The permit holder has failed to make payment of any service fee, permit fee, late fee or suspension fee assessed under this article within ninety days of the assessment.
(b) The city may resume emergency services response upon the alarm holder submitting satisfactory proof of all of the following, at the discretion of the police or fire department alarm administrator:
(1) Proof the alarm system has been inspected and the measures taken to ensure the alarm system is in good working order. Measures taken may require the alarm user repair, upgrade or modify the alarm system to be compliant with this chapter.
(2) Proof the alarm user has been retrained on the use of the alarm system and procedures for contacting the alarm business in the case of false activation.
(3) The alarm user successfully completes an on-line alarm awareness class and test.
(4) All fees and fines are paid in full including the reinstatement fee of fifty dollars ($50.00).
(Ord. 5441 § 1 (part), 2018: Ord. 5402 § 3, 2016; Ord. 4726 § 2 (part), 2002)