Many fire departments using the Knox System have been successful in passing a city ordinance to help implement a public safety program for rapid entry. Knox offers guidelines and sample ordinances to help other interested departments gain ordinance approval. Guidelines include:
Ordinance support packets are available to departments upon request.
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Part-time residents often rely on private security agencies to monitor their home while they are away. The Knox Residential Program can be implemented by the agency to provide access to the home in the event of a security alarm. Some security agencies also implement the Knox Residential Program so they can assist in the event of a lockout. Many customers choose this option as an added benefit to their security service. This is safer and more reliable than hiding an unsecure key to the home on-site.
When a medical emergency strikes, help is only a call away. However, for those who live by themselves or who have special mobility issues, what happens when they can’t get to the door to let help in?
There’s no need to hide a key or rely on a neighbor to be home when an emergency strikes. A hidden key can be found by a burglar. And, your neighbor isn’t home every hour of the day. The Residential 1650 is always available once installed.
Help your local emergency responders’ help you by installing a 1650 Residential Knox-Box to reduce the likelihood of forced entry damage and improve the responders’ response times. When minutes count, don’t leave an emergency responder locked out.
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