This is the time of year that the summer sales companies begin their sales campaign. While most of these companies are licensed, legal, and ethical.....a few have been accused of using deceptive sales practices. This short video details one couple's experiences....
Senate Bill 6 is now Act 11. Full text: http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/2015/2016S3/Acts/Act11.pdf Please contact the Arkansas State Police with your suggestions for 17-40-306 (e).
Quarterly Board of Directors meetings will be held. Email notification will be given in time for response. If you have questions or concerns, you may contact the ASAA President.
Copies of existing false alarm ordinances can be found in the Members Only section. Please forward the ASAA any copies you have that we don't and we will get them posted.
The administration staff at the Arkansas State Police have asked us to cease hosting the licensing forms on our web-site. They may now be found at their web-site.
Click here to see Arkansas' law against automatic renewing alarm contracts.
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Check out this story about the sunset of POTS lines.