RESIDENTIAL ALARM PERMIT INFORMATION / INSTRUCTIONS 1. Be sure to read both sides of the alarm permit before signing. 2. Complete ALL the information required on the front side – blank fields could result in having your permit returned to you for correction. 3. Enclose a check or money order for $25.00, payable to “City of Davis” 4. The permit fee of $25.00 is a one time fee and is non-refundable. 5. The permit is non-transferable from one location or applicant to another. 6. If multiple buildings will be monitored, an alarm permit is needed for each location. 7. Send the permit form, along with your payment, to: Davis Police Department Attn: Alarm Permits 2600 5th Street, Davis 95618 8. Your permit will be reviewed by records personnel and either returned for correction or approved. If approved, a copy of your permit will be returned to you for your reference. That copy acts as your permit. If at any time you have questions about your permit, please call the Davis Police Department at (530) 747-5400 or stop by the address listed above. A copy of your permit should be given to your alarm company after being approved by the Davis Police Department. OFFICIAL USE ONLY: Fee received: Receipt number: ___________ Returned for correction Date:__________ Application Approved Date _________ Initials______ Copy sent to applicant Entered in log APPLICATION FOR RESIDENTIAL ALARM PERMIT Please complete this application in blue or black ink using clear and legible printing. This information is provided for the use of the Davis Police Department in responding to your alarm and is kept strictly confidential. Resident(s) Name Address Name of owner (leave blank if same as above) Home phone Work phone Cell phone Please list responsible person(s) who can/will respond day or night if the alarm is activated. IMPORTANT: The responsible(s) listed below must be able to allow officer access. They must have a key to the premise and authority to assume responsibility for the security of the residence. It is your responsibility to keep this list current. Name Address Contact number(s) 1) 2) 3) 4) First Alarm (831) 476-1111 or (800) 882-5276 Alarm Company Phone number Alarm Installer (if different from above) Phone number Check all that apply: Alarm classification ROBBERY/PANIC BURGLARY/INTRUSION FIRE Alarm type AUDIBLE HOLD UP/ROBBERY SILENT Panel location: ______________________________ Reset code: ____________ Minutes to reset: _________ Animal on premises? YES NO If yes, what kind of animal? ___________________________ Gun on premises? NO If yes, where is gun located? ____________________________ YES By signing this application, you hereby agree to abide by both the City of Davis Alarm Ordinance as set forth in sections 3A-1 through 3A-14 of the Davis City Code and the provisions of this document. Please carefully read the reverse before signing below. Mail/return completed form to the address on letterhead. Remember to enclose payment. ________________________________ Applicant’s printed name _____________________________________ Signature of applicant _________________ Date ALARM PERMIT PROVISIONS AND REQUIREMENTS 1. You must completely understand your responsibility as the applicant as well as the responsibility of your alarm company. 2. During one annual period (January through December) if false alarms from your residence exceed six in number, each subsequent false alarm, in which police department personnel are dispatched, will result in a service charge to be specified by a resolution of the City Council. Charge will be assessed against the alarm user [City of Davis Municipal Code 4.01.060(b)]. 3. If your system is faulty and continues to turn in false alarms, it can be subject to action as prescribed in the City of Davis Alarm Ordinance. The police department understands that false alarms do occur; however, continual tripping of the alarm, or poor maintenance, could result in the revocation of the permit and non-response by the police department [City of Davis Municipal Code 4.01.060]. 4. The City of Davis and the City of Davis Police Department will assume no responsibility for the security of your residence other than that accorded to a residence with no alarm. 5. In the event your residence is found to be in an unsecured condition and your alarm company is unsuccessful in attempting to contact any of the responsible persons on file, the police officer on scene can only remain at the location as long as workload permits. The officer can be called away to answer other calls. 6. A burglar alarm and a robbery alarm are just what the names imply. If used to summon a police officer where a phone call would better serve the same purpose, this constitutes a misuse of the alarm and can be subject to action. 7. This application and any information it requests must be thoroughly and accurately completed and returned to the Davis Police Department PRIOR to a permit being issued. 8. It is expressly understood by the undersigned and made a condition of this application that, should such a permit be issued pursuant to this application, that it shall impose no obligation whatsoever, expressly or implied, of any kind or character upon the Davis Police Department or its members or any city personnel to respond to any alarm or to the scene thereof; nor shall the same be liable for any act or failure to act in any manner whatsoever in connection with said alarm; and further, that the permission granted herein and the use of the alarm maintenance thereof is solely for the convenience of, and at the sole risk of the holder of the alarm permit. 9. It is also expressly understood by the permit holder that any violation of the ordinance may result in revocation of this permit and/or a fine as prescribed in the Ordinance itself [City of Davis Municipal Code 4.01.080]. 10. The Davis Police Department reserves the right to inspect the alarm system after installation to verify if installation was done correctly.
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