Valuable alarm policy meeting held in Kingston July 21
Representation from the CANASA membership was outstanding at the City
of Kingston meeting held on Friday, July 21. The meeting was hosted by the
Kingston Police and invited input from stakeholders about alarm installation
and alarm monitoring policies in Kingston, Ontario.
Patrick Straw, CANASA Executive Director attended the meeting and was
impressed by the turnout as well as how productive the meeting was for all
parties. CANASA would like to thank all that took the time to attend.
is important that the industry is well represented when discussions like these
are held, as changes to regulations, policies and by-laws affect us all.
For those that were unable to attend the July 21st meeting, a draft copy of the
proposed changes and a summary of the discussion will be distributed to
all invitees. Questions or comments will be received until July 31, 2017
and can be sent to Greg McLean, Policy and Program Coordinator,
Licensing and Enforcement, City of Kingston by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to 216 Ontario Street, Kingston, ON K7L 2Z3.
See Communiqué from City of Kingston.