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Gilbert Days celebrations are taking place this Saturday, November 22nd in downtown Gilbert.

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The Alarm Awareness Class is an invitation to learn more about False Alarm Prevention. Upon completion of this class you will receive a waiver certificate that may be utilized for a false alarm assessment. You may only earn one certificate during a calendar year. This year we are offering both day time and evening classes. This informational class is an opportunity to learn more about alarms and false alarm prevention. Review the calendar dates and times and register your preference. Register by email, fax or calling the alarm office.

Where: Gilbert Police Department, Training Facility, 75 E Civic Center Drive, Gilbert, Az 85296
How: Gilbert Police Alarm Specialist (480) 635-7459 desk (480) 635-7095 fax policealarms@gilbertaz.gov email

Alarm Registration Form

False Alarm Prevention: The majority of false alarms are caused by user error. Alarm users can help reduce false alarms by:
  • Make sure that everyone that uses an alarm system is familiar with how the system works.
  • Check windows and doors before activating the alarm system. 
  • Be aware of changes in the environment: (animals, design changes, seasonal decorations, plants, balloons, windows, signs, curtains, and human error). 
  • Notify monitoring facility of any changes in personal or work being done in or around the area being protected by the alarm system. 
  • Equipment should be routinely inspected, batteries changed and the system maintained by a qualified technician. 
  • Make sure that you know how your "panic button" works.
For more information contact the Gilbert Police Department Alarm Coordinator at (480) 635-7459 or policealarms@gilbertaz.gov. Information about alarm companies go to Arizona Alarm Association.