KOSCIUSKO — In 2018, the Kosciusko County 911 Communications Center received 3,051 security alarm calls at commercial, agricultural, industrial, educational and residential locations. The vast majority of alarms are the result of false or accidental activation. Alarms can be triggered in a variety of manners; including pets, insects and wind.
Unless disregarded, officers will respond to the alarms. Often times, the alarm company does not have accurate key holder information. In the event that officers discover something out of the ordinary, it is imperative that contact is made with a responsible party.
Key holder contact details can be updated through the specific alarm companies and the Kosciusko County 911 Communications Center. The information is stored in the county’s computer dispatch program, under the location’s address.