Electronic Alarms Expands with AAA Custom Alarm Systems

Electronic Alarms today announced that its parent company has completed the acquisition of AAA Custom Alarm Systems of Warwick, which has served homeowners and businesses across Rhode Island for more than 40 years.

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Electronic Alarms Grows with West Greenwich Acquisition

Electronic Alarms today announced the acquisition of P & J Alarm of West Greenwich, R.I., a family owned security company that has served home owners and businesses in Southern New England since 1978.

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Alarm leads police to arrest man suspected in multiple breaks

Quick action by police responding to a series of silent alarms from a Warwick, R.I., business netted the arrest of a man who is now suspected in multiple breaks in the area.

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Burglar Fleeing with Cash Register Arrested in West Greenwich

Police responding to an alarm from a store in West Greenwich chased down and arrested a man seen fleeing the site carrying a cash register.

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Our Team is Ready to Serve You

Electronic Alarms provides security services for all types of property from single-family homes to multi-site corporate and retail operations, to major public and private institutions.

For commercial security customers with operations that extend beyond New England, Electronic Alarms serves customers nationwide through the Security Network of America, of which American Alarm and Communications is a founding partner. READ MORE

 
People and Property Saved

Medical Emergency in Tiverton

Report MA 01192015-1905

January 19, 2015 7:05 p.m. Tiverton, R.I.

A medical alarm was received from a home in Tiverton. Our Command Center operator called the premise and spoke with a caregiver who indicated the resident was in distress and she needed assistance. First-responders were dispatched and the resident transported to a local hospital. Family members on the residents’ call list were notified.

Flood and Roof Damage at Warwick School

Report LC 01112015-2200

January 11, 2015 10:00 p.m.  Warwick, R.I.

A technician responded to a public school in Warwick after the alarm sent a “late to close” signal indicating a breach of security system protocol at the building. Upon arrival, our technician found the building was flooding and a section of a ceiling appeared ready to collapse. Firefighters and school officials were summoned to the scene to stabilize the building and begin repairs. No injuries reported.

Damaging Deep Freeze

Multiple Water and Fire Alarms

January 2015

Across Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire our Command Center reacted to 24 cases in the month of January of burst pipes, failed sprinkler heads and problems with furnaces or hot water heaters attributed to the cold weather. In each case, we received alarms for flowing water or smoke detection and alerted building owners and first responders. In most cases, damage was limited by the prompt response.

Attempted Break in Warwick

Report BA 12292014-0343

December 29, 2014 3:43 a.m. Warwick, R.I.

A glass-break alarm from a medical facility in Warwick was received. Our Command Center team notified building security and police. Upon investigation police found a shattered window and a rock that was apparently used to break the glass. No entry to the building was gained.   

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or the office, from your smartphone?

Would you like a text message when your children get home from school, or the store’s safe is opened? Electronic Alarms offers the latest mobile security technology, video surveillance, and building automation applications for homes and businesses. Read More


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