ADT has been protecting homes, families, and businesses for over 140 years and are the most respected name in the industry. They now have over 6.5 million customers in North America. They have 6 monitoring stations watching over those customers 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. They also have the latest technology and home automation. Clearly the best choice for security in ADT Santa Monica.
Zions Security Alarms is the only local ADT Authorized Dealer for ADT Santa Monica, California. These are some of the reasons why you should call us now for an estimate.
Most people are choosing one of the options below. Particularly the ADT Pulse options where you can control the system and home from your smart phone.
ADT Cellular Monitoring Features
ADT Pulse Basic Features
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ADT Pulse Premier Features
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Other options available starting at $36.99/mo
that require a landline, but these are the most popular.
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Mobile Access Features
With mobile access through ADT Pulse℠,
you control your home from the palm of your hand.
Use your smartphone to arm or disarm your system and
receive alerts through the app to notify you of intrusion,
fire, or flood. You can use as many devices as you would
like and even tablets or computers.
Text Alert Features
Through ADT Pulse℠, you could receive alerts for a variety of events. Like:
You can also set custom notifications to know when a door is opened or if there is motion or not motion.
Examples like your child arrives home from school, there is no motion at your mothers home,
or when a child opens a cupboard.
ADT Pulse Security Cameras
You can have up to 10 wireless cameras added to your ADT Pulse system. These cameras can record unlimited 30 second clips for one month when there is motion or another trigger. You can view live video to check on your home or business. There are indoor and outdoor cameras available.
Home Automation Features – Make your Home a Smart Home
The crime rate in Santa Monica is considerably higher than the national average across all communities in America from the largest to the smallest, although at 37 crimes per one thousand residents, it is not among the communities with the very highest crime rate. The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Santa Monica is 1 in 27. Based on FBI crime data, Santa Monica is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to California, Santa Monica has a crime rate that is higher than 87% of the state’s cities and towns of all sizes.
Santa Monica’s rate for property crime is 33 per one thousand population. This makes Santa Monica a place where there is an above average chance of becoming a victim of a property crime, when compared to all other communities in America of all population sizes. Property crimes are motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and burglary. Your chance of becoming a victim of any of these crimes in Santa Monica is one in 31. Make sure you’re doing what you can to protect yourself and your loved ones with the latest and most affordable equipment available from Zions Security.
On July 9, 2013, the Santa Monica City Council adopted the Santa Monica Municipal Code 3.56.030 “Alarm Registration,” adding to Chapter 3.56 Regulation of Alarm Systems; False Alarms, requiring any person owning or operating an audible alarm system to register such alarm system with the Santa Monica Police Department and pay a required registration fee.
During the registration process, the Santa Monica Police Department may require that a registrant provide information to the City to protect public safety and aid response efforts, including but not limited to, information about residents that are elderly or disabled, firearms at the property, potentially hazardous material/chemicals, and animals that require special handling.
In an effort to comply with said ordinance, the Santa Monica Police Department has created a convenient online registration system. You can register your alarm system at http://santamonica.alarmreg.com/. Paper forms are available upon request from the Alarm Registration Desk at (310) 458-8481.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I have to register my alarm?
Registration of an alarm system is required of any person owning or operating a system in the City of Santa Monica in accordance with Santa Monica Municipal Code, Section 3.56.030. The information you provide upon registration will allow us to better assist you in our response efforts during an emergency.
How do I register my alarm?
The application is conveniently available online at http://santamonica.alarmreg.com/ ; however if you wish to receive a paper application, please contact the Alarm Registration Desk at (310) 458-8481.
What will happen if I choose not to register my alarm system?
Since this is a new process, the City of Santa Monica does not have a penalty for not registering your alarm system; however if a false alarm occurs and your alarm is not registered you will be subject to a false alarm fine. A letter will be sent to you as a reminder along with an invoice.
Is there a cost associated with registration?
Currently the alarm registration fee is $29.20; however, the fee may increase annually. Registration must be renewed every year; payment must be received on or before July 1 of each year.
Can I submit payment online?
Currently online payment is not available. Once the application has been submitted online, an invoice for payment will be mailed to your address.
How do I verify if I’m already registered with the City?
You can contact support services at email@example.com
If I have any questions, whom do I contact?
Please contact the Santa Monica Police Department Alarm Registration Desk at (310) 458-8481.
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