§ 806.07 FALSE ALARMS.
   (a)   No person shall allow more than three chargeable false alarms to be transmitted during the immediately preceding one-year period. An alarm will be classified as false if the responding police personnel see no evidence of robbery, burglary, vandalism, unauthorized intrusion or medical emergency. If the person proves that the alarm was caused by an event not reasonably foreseeable and which could not have been prevented by the proper adjustment or presetting of the sensor threshold, the alarm will be designated a nonchargeable false alarm.
   (b)   (1)   After three officially chargeable false alarms in any 12-month period, the owner of the alarm system shall be charged $30 for each chargeable false alarm, in addition to the penalty provided in § 806.99. The billing will be through the City Finance Department and the funds will be put into the Police Equipment Fund.
      (2)   No person shall fail to disconnect his or her alarm system upon order of the appropriate authority as set forth herein.
   (c)   No person shall knowingly allow his or her alarm system to be used by any person to create a false alarm as defined in § 648.08.
(Ord. 29-84, passed 12-3-1984)