Get additional protection for your home with our video alarm verification service SupremeVerify.
Was that an intruder or the cat? Has your home security alarm ever been triggered by a pet or family member who simply didn’t know the alarm system was on? If so, you know what a hassle it can be to have the police come to your home to respond to a false alarm notification. Luckily, there is a way to prevent this type of incident from happening again, and that’s with a video verified alarm.
The average police response time is 85% faster when responding to a verified alarm. Police arrive on the scene more quickly when an alarm is verified because they know that a crime could be in progress.
We want to do everything possible to make sure your home and loved ones are well-protected, so we offer our own video verification service, SupremeVerify.
Here’s how SupremeVerify works:
1. When an alarm is triggered…
When an intrusion device is tripped, a video of the event will be recorded by your system’s security cameras.
2. You receive a notification.
When the alarm is triggered, you’ll get an instant text or email notification. From there, you can view video from your cameras and see what caused the alarm.
3. The monitoring center receives a notification.
Like you, our trained specialists receive a notification that an alarm has been triggered. They will watch the video from your cameras to see if the alarm was set off by something that the authorities need to deal with. If it is, they will notify and dispatch the police.
4. Police arrive faster to your verified alarm or not at all for a false alarm, saving either time or money.
If the alarm was triggered by an intruder, the authorities will be alerted of a video verified alarm and can respond quickly, saving valuable time. Since we have footage of the event, first responders will be better equipped to handle the situation.
But if it turns out that the alarm was triggered by a person who should be there or a family pet, you can notify Supreme that no further action needs to be taken. It was a false alarm.
Upgrade your current alarm system or use your existing cameras with our video verification services.
Get peace of mind that your home is safe, and should something actually happen, you are likely to receive a quicker response! Get a quote below.