All activated alarms prompt response by the Halton Regional Police Service, Unfortunately, false alarms consume valuable resources by removing officers from other patrol duties.
To curb incidents of false alarms (which make up the vast majority of alarm calls), the HRPS enacted By-Law #2004-002. Its objectives are to:
Please see our Holiday Alarm Poster for false alarm prevention tips!
Annual registrations for the Halton Regional Police Service Alarm Program are submitted through alarm companies or monitoring stations.
Renewals must be received by the HRPS prior to the anniversary date of the initial registration.
Only registered premises will receive their first false alarm at no charge.
Non-registered premises still receive police response but at a higher fee than registered premises.
After the 4th false alarm, the registrant/owner of the premises is suspended for 365 days. Higher false alarm charges apply if police respond.
While under suspension, it is up to the discretion of the on-duty road Sergeant to initiate police response to an alarm call.
Note: Please add the applicable tax on the charges.
|1st False Alarm||No charge||$50.00|
|2nd False Alarm||$30.00||$60.00|
|3rd False Alarm||$40.00||$60.00|
|4th False Alarm||$40.00||$60.00|
|Alarm Attended While Suspended||$60.00||$60.00|
|1st False Alarm||No charge||$100.00|
|2nd False Alarm||$60.00||$120.00|
|3rd False Alarm||$80.00||$120.00|
|4th False Alarm||$80.00||$120.00|
|Alarm Attended While Suspended||$120.00||$120.00|
* All funds are in and must be paid in Canadian dollars. Invoices for false alarms are issued by alarm companies and not the Halton Regional Police Service, and may include additional fees to those outlined above.
Property owners can assist the Halton Regional Police Service in its efforts to reduce incidents of false alarms by:
Members of the public are invited to submit feedback regarding any aspect of their experience with the Halton Regional Police Service Alarm Program to:
Your correspondence will be reviewed and responded to accordingly.
For more information about the Halton Regional Police Service Alarm Program or to register, contact:
905-825-4747 ext. 5208