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Posted: May 7, 2018
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by Chris Heaton - Vice President for Advocacy and Public Affairs

Members who participated in ESA’s District Day last week found the visits to their local congressional offices to be productive. Engaging with their elected officials and staffs, ESA Members moved the needle, educating many on the issues we face in our industry and why they are so important.

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Posted: May 7, 2018
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by Chris Heaton - Vice President for Advocacy and Public Affairs

School security and safety related bills dominated the state legislative activity for the last two months. There were 82 bills that were introduced or moved during this time and many of these bills will provide for infrastructure improvements that include electronic security, access control, video surveillance and other measures designed to protect children and staff in schools, if passed. One of these bills, Maine LD 1858 (SP 703), was enacted in April and it provides that security...
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Posted: May 2, 2018
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Ronald “Ron” Walters has retired as director of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) after a stellar career that included work in law enforcement, corporate security, an alarm company owner and director of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition.

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Posted: May 2, 2018
Categories: News, Public Policy
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Today marks the Electronic Security Association’s (ESA) first District Day, a nationwide local advocacy movement connecting members with their federal elected officials. This the event marks an opportunity for electronic security and life safety professionals to meet with their federal elected officials at their local district office.

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Posted: May 1, 2018
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Charles Spencer of NoBi Security & Fire Systems has been in the security industry for 40 years. Although he never intentionally set out to work in the industry, he has since become a passionate proponent for the work of security and life safety professionals.

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Posted: Apr 25, 2018
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Patricia M. Smith passed on April 17, 2018, but she leaves a legacy at the Electronic Security Association. From Bethesda, Maryland, Smith attended the University of Alabama and the University of Maryland, where she obtained her business degree. An industry and community leader, Pat was the first woman named the "Man of the Year' by ESA (at that time called the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association). 

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