As required, I registered my Ring alarm system with my county. The county provided a confirmation letter. In it they say to provide my county alarm registration number and expiration date to my alarm company. Does Ring need this information. If so, to whom should it go?
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Thanks for your reply. So, after talking to two representatives, here’s what I learned:
If you register your alarm system with your local municipality, as I did, and they give you a registration number and expiration date, it should be entered in the Ring app, as follows:
- Open the menu at the top left
- Select Settings
- Select Monitoring (should say Professional on the right)
- Select Permits
- Select Security Alarm Permit
- Enter your Permit (Registration) number and expiration date that you received from your municipality (county or city)
That’s all there is to it. If Ring needs to call emergency services on your behalf due to an alarm, Ring may be required to provide this information.