Secure Pacific’s Verisafe® sound verification technology prevents false burglar alarms and delivers a higher level of home security.
According to police, 95-98% of all burglar alarms are false. Police departments all over the country now require confirmation of a break in before the police will be dispatched. An activated alarm no longer suffices. Our systems meet or exceed most police standards.
The Verisafe® solution is simple and effective. When your alarm is activated, our operators are able to listen in. The sound verification technology allows them to listen through the alarm system and determine if it is an actual emergency. Our lower incidence of false alarms lets police trust that a Secure Pacific alarm is an important alarm. Statistics show rescue agencies respond quicker and more effectively to verified crimes in progress.
Our Verisafe® home security systems are flexible to allow for customization. Depending on the needs of your family and home, your security system with sound verification technology can stand alone or be integrated with a video verification system. Audio and video verification deliver a one-two punch to would-be burglars.
What is Verified Response?
Police departments all over the country now require confirmation of a break in before the police will be dispatched. An activated alarm no longer suffices. With our audio verification system, we provide the necessary confirmation.
How We Meet Verified Response Requirements
If an alarm is activated in your home, Verisafe’s highly-trained sound analysts verify the signal. If it’s a genuine alarm, the police or fire department is dispatched. If it’s a false alarm, the system is reset.
Your busy days keep you running. With sound verification, you have someone paying attention when you can’t be. Verified security helps prevent costly false alarms with state-of-the-art technology and gives your family true peace of mind.