APX Alarm Joins Forces With SIAC

APX Alarm Security Solutions Inc. recently announced the company will help the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) with additional resources in its fight to improve alarm management practices across the country and enact fair and balanced ordinances. In addition to APX’s ongoing contribution to SIAC, the company will provide resources for Dave Simon, formerly of Brink’s/Broadview Security, to work as an industry liaison for SIAC.

Simon, with six years experience in the electronic security industry in government, communications and industry relations, will continue his work heading up public relations and marketing for SIAC. Simon also has over 25 years of experience as a corporate communications expert. He will also serve on the SIAC field team to ensure best practices are implemented in communities across the country, working cooperatively with local jurisdictions.

“We’re excited to have Dave on board to help in this effort. Over the past few years, APX has increased its contributions to advance the security industry’s position, and we believe this will result in better relations with key elected officials and law enforcement,” said Tom Few, director of industry relations for APX.

“Over the past six years, Dave’s developed a growing role in SIAC’s progress, and the electronic security industry in general. It’s a great assurance to know we can count on him to not only continue many of his previous duties, but also bring new ideas to the table,” said Stan Martin, SIAC executive director.

“I’m excited about this opportunity with APX and SIAC, so we can present additional solutions that benefit the electronic security industry. We have to stay active and vigilant in the years ahead in our work with local jurisdictions to ensure the industry’s best interests are maintained,” Simon said.

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