Section 8.04.060  Inspections, responses and false alarms.
   A.   Inspection authority. The Chief of Police and the Fire Chief, or their designated representatives, shall have the authority to inspect and test all alarms to assure conformance to this chapter.
   B.   Inspections required.  All fire, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms shall be subject to inspections by the Fire Department. All other alarms shall be inspected by the Police Department.
   C.   Authorization to enter premises.  In addition, any alarm system user who connects an alarm system to the Village's alarm monitoring system or who operates an alarm system in any fashion so as to cause Village police and fire personnel to come to the premises in response to such alarm, shall by those acts be deemed to have granted Village police and fire personnel authority to enter such premises upon responding to an alarm call, if the alarm system user or his or her designated representative cannot be contacted or cannot be reached within a reasonable length of time.
   D.   Authorization to disconnect alarms.  By connecting an alarm system to the Village's alarm monitoring system or by operating an alarm system in any fashion so as to cause Village police or fire personnel to come to the premises in response to such alarm, the alarm system user shall be deemed to have granted Village police and fire personnel authority to disconnect such alarm system in an expedient manner, in the event the alarm system user fails to take corrective action within a reasonable length of time to prevent the recurrence of false alarms.
(Ord. MC-4-2012, § 6, Amended, 07/17/2012; Ord. MC-2-2011, 2/15/2011; Ord. MC-228-99 § 7 (part), 1999: prior code §§ 4.11, 24.06)