Columbus Police Waste Much Time on False Alarms

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Columbus could have billed about $2.1 million in fines for false alarms last year. It collected nearly $1.4 million, reports the Columbus Dispatch. The city is in the middle of a review and overhaul of its regulations for alarm companies. Draft rules would change the fine schedule, force alarm companies to tell customers they must have a city license, and update . . .

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