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Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) FAQs Are PSAPs required to adhere to the proposed Alarm Data Exchange standard and how much control will the PSAP have in how alarms are received at the PSAP-level should the PSAP decide to utilize the standard from an operational standpoint? PSAPs are not required to utilize the ASAP American…

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Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) ASAP to PSAP Background In 2005, APCO International and the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) partnered to develop an exchange that will be consistently used by CAD providers and central station alarm companies for PSAPs to increase efficiency and decrease errors. The first beta site for the initial test project…

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Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) Resources Presentations ASAP to PSAP Service Presented by Becky Lane, Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) March 2016 Emerging Technology Forum Videos (provided by CSAA International) Outreach to PSAP: Introducing ASAP Law Enforcement Supports ASAP ASAP Demo with City of Richmond & Vector Security Using Richmond’s Intergraph CAD System Demo: Denton County…

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Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) ASAP to PSAP The Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) is a national service that is the next generation for the processing of information from alarm monitoring stations needing emergency dispatch. This protocol was founded through the joint partnership of APCO, CSAA and NLETS – receiving government recognition and funding since…

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Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) ASAP to PSAP Protocol The purpose of the APCO/CSAA ANS 2.101.2 2014, also known as ASAP 3.3, documentation is to provide a standard data exchange for transmitting information using automation between an Alarm Monitoring Company and a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP).  There are three primary uses for this IEPD:…

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Standards to Download Operational | Technical | Training Operational Standards Best Practices for the Use of Social Media in Public Safety Communications Expand Details: Social media is a common form of communication used by agencies and agency employees. This standard provides guidance on the use of social media for developing specific local procedures (ex: Facebook,…

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