Borough of New Britain, PA
Bucks County
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  1. § 99-3 Direct-dial alarms.
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    The direct-dial alarms shall not be connected to the ... agency for direct-dial alarms only. Direct-dial alarms must be equipped with a ... repeated transmissions of an alarm for the same emergency.
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  2. § 99-5 False alarms.
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    ... the transmission of false alarms through a program of training ... permissible number of false alarms from any one location shall be as follows: Two false alarms in any thirty-day period; or Four false alarms in any one-year period. False alarms in excess of these standards ...
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  3. § 99-2 Silencing of audible alarms within certain time limit.
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    Audible alarms must be silenced within 30 minutes after a designated responsible person is notified to do so by the police, or the alarm system may be equipped with a timing device that will automatically silence the audible alarm within 30 minutes after it is actuated.
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  4. § 99-4 Installation of alarm to approved agency other than police.
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    Prior to installation of any alarm to any approved agency other than the Central Bucks Regional Police Department, the owner shall provide the Police Department with a letter signed by an authorized representative of the agency granting permission for such installation.
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  5. 99-1{2} AUDIBLE ALARM
    A device that emits an audible signal from the premises that it is designed to protect.
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  6. 99-1{6} FALSE ALARM
    An alarm signal, necessitating response by the emergency agency where an emergency situation does not exist. An alarm that has been activated by an external source that is beyond the reasonable control of the subscriber shall not be considered false.
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  7. 99-1{1} ALARM SYSTEM
    ... signal or message when actuated. "Alarm systems" include, but are not ... telephone devices, audible alarms and subscriber alarms.
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  8. § 99-6 Exceptions.
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    The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to the general alerting alarms that may be used by fire companies, ambulance squads or civil defense agencies to summon response of their members. The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to alarm systems that are affixed to motor vehicles.
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  9. Ch 99 Alarm Systems
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    [HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of New Britain 10-8-1991 by Ord. No. 248 . Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 165 .
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  10. 99-1{4} DIRECT-DIAL ALARM
    DIRECT-DIAL ALARM A device that, when actuated, causes a recorded message to be transmitted, via telephone, to any ...
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  11. § 99-7 Violations and penalties.
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    ... shall be deemed an offense. False alarm violation. A person that owns, uses or possesses an alarm device or automatic dialing device ... causing or permitting three false alarms to occur in a consecutive ... cause or permit a subsequent false alarm to occur in the same twelve-month ...
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  12. § 176-2 Public areas and public inconvenience.
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    ... or other residents within his or their homes, the actor creates public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm.
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  13. § 176-1 Offenses.
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    ... person is guilty of disorderly conduct if, with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creating a risk thereof, he: Engages in fighting or threatening, or in violent or ...
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  14. § 208-4 Adoption of International Fire Code.
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    ... inspections shall include, but need not be limited to the following matters: Fire-suppression and alarm systems. Means of egress. Fire department access. Electric service and panels. Utility and storage ...
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  15. § DT-1 Derivation Table of 1973 Code to 2014 Code
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    ... Weeds and Other Vegetation Superseded by Ord. No. 345; see now Ch. 310 Part 2, Telephone Dial Alarm Systems Superseded by Ord. No. 248; see now Ch. 99 Ch. 12, Housing Repealed by Ord. No. 212; see ...
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  16. § 385-36 Public sanitary sewers.
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    ... to design drawings and calculations, pump specifications, wet well and alarm specifications, and any other data required by the Borough Engineer, and ... to design drawings and calculations, pump specifications, wet well and alarm specifications and any other applicable data required by the Borough ...
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  17. § 450-29 Student Home Overlay District.
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    ... student homes shall be equipped with a hard-wired/battery backup smoke alarm system with alarms/monitors in each room. No trash shall be left for pickup at the front of ...
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  18. Minutes — Council — 2015 — 20151013council
    ... The homeowner reported a blue powder which was found on his dog and also on himself. He was alarmed and concerned about the health risks. Mr. Yatsky stated in walking through the property, some of ...
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