- FALSE ALARM
- Any alarm actuated by inadvertence, negligence or unintentional act of someone other than an intruder, including as well alarms caused by malfunctioning of the alarm device or other relevant equipment, but not including intentional false alarms subject to penalty under the disorderly persons law.
- Includes any natural person, partnership, corporation or association.
A. The Chief of Police shall cause an investigation to be made and a record kept of all alarms which are reported. When those alarms are false, the Chief of Police shall prescribe the fees set forth in Chapter 169, Fee Schedule.
B. The following buildings shall be exempt from false alarm fees:
(1) Government buildings.
(2) Educational buildings.
(3) Houses of worship.
(4) Nonprofit organizations.