TMA Welcomes its 93rd ECC to its ASAP-to-PSAP Service
On November 9th, TMA welcomed the Kitsap County WA (CENCOM) to its growing ASAP-to-PSAP service. It is the 93rd emergency communications center (ECC) in the United States and the first agency in the state of Washington to implement the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP). Kitsap County went live with Vector Security, Rapid Response, United Central Control, Security Central, Securitas, Tyco (Johnson Controls), AT&T Digital Life, Affiliated Monitoring, Vivint, Brinks Home Security, National Monitoring Center, Guardian Protection, Protection One, and ADT. Washington Alarm and Stanley Security are expected to go-live with Kitsap by the end of November.
The state of Washington became the 19th state in the United States to participate in the ASAP program.
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