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© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-1 Chapter 15 Performing a Site Survey –Meeting the Consumers Needs. –Designing the system. Alarms: The First Line of Defense
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-2 Security Survey Walk Inside Walk Outside Use a Diagram
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-3 Burglars Favorite Entrances First Floor 81% Garage 9% Basement 4% Unlocked 4% Second Floor 2% “The Effectiveness of Burglar Alarms” Hakim & Buck 1991
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-4 Burglars Favorite Entrances Front Door 47 % Back Door 32% Window 22% Breakdown of First Floor Entries “The Effectiveness of Burglar Alarms” Hakim & Buck 1991
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-5 Doors Most Common Point of Entry Consider Interior Doors Look for Boarded Up Doors
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-6 Windows Can sense all windows or Use Interior Traps
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-7 Floor, Ceiling, Roof Can access be gained? Is there room for wiring?
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-8 Walls Hollow or Solid Vibrations Common Walls
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 15-9 Interior Areas Temperature Pets Moving Objects
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Operation or Lifestyle Learn the Home Users Lifestyle Learn the Business’ Operation
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association KISS Keep it Simple Easy to Operate Easy to Live With
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association System Design What information do you need to design a system for the following locations?
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Flintstone Residence Bedroom #1 Bedroom # 2 Bedroom # 3 Kitchen Dining Room TV Room Living Room Bathroom
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Jetson Residence Bedroom #2 Study Foyer Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Bathroom First Floor Bedroom #1 Bedroom #2 Bedroom # 3 Steps Bathroom Unfinished Furnace Room Steps Attic Second Floor First Floor Basement Second Floor
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Barneys Antiques Sales Admin. Warehouse Bathroom
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Questions ?
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Alarms: The First Line of Defense 1- Introduction 2- What is an Alarm System 3- What is A False Dispatch 4- Impact of False Dispatches 5- Causes of False Dispatches 6- Preventing False Dispatches 7- User Controls 8- Sensors 9- The Control 10- The Central Station 11- How Authorities Respond 12- What to expect for Alarm Co.s 13- The Alarm Ordinance 14- Sources of Information 15- Site Survey 5 Minute Break 10 Minute Break 60 Minute Lunch 30 Minute Lunch The End Close Program
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 12-1 Chapter 12 What should you expect from an Alarm Company? Alarms: The First Line of Defense.
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 2-1 Chapter 2 What is an Alarm System? Alarms: The First Line of Defense.
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 1-1 ALARMS: The First Line of Defense.
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 6-1 Chapter 6 How can false dispatches be prevented? Alarms: The First Line of Defense.
© 1999 National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association 4-1 Chapter 4 What is the impact of false dispatches? Alarms: The First Line of Defense.
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