"Any partnership, corporation, proprietorship or association operating and licensed by the Electronic Security Board of Licensure in the state of Alabama, if required by law, which derives its principal revenue from the sale, lease, installation, monitoring or service of electronic alarm equipment shall become eligible to become a regular member."
-Article II Membership
To become a Regular Member
"Any partnership, corporation, proprietorship or association deriving revenue by manufacturing or supplying equipment or services for the electronic alarm industry shall be eligible to become an associate member. Associate Members will have one representative that serves on the Board of Directors and may vote therein."
-Article II Membership
To become an Associate Member or Sponsor,
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Events & Networking
AAA holds quarterly statewide meetings and CEU Days in Montgomery, Birmingham, Orange Beach and Huntsville. The convention is held in Birmingham and features a trade show with over 50 vendors showcasing the latest in the security industry.
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Government &Industry Representation
Heather Coleman Davis & Associates advocates and defended our interests in both state and local issues that would have negatively impacted our industry and the way we perform business.
We provide training from the most recognized to meet licensing requirements for the electronic life safety and security industry in the United States. Classes are administered in classroom settings or online. Members save hundreds of dollars over the non-member rate to keep their licenses current.
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The scholarship program is open to any employee of an Alarm Association member company OR the dependent of an employee under the age of 25.
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Discounts & Future BenefitsDiscounts on Verizon
Discounts rental cars
**Heath care and other supplemental insurance options will be coming soon**
For any questions about licensing please contact the Regulatory Board.
For more information on licensing and regulations please visit the AESBL website here: AESBL Website
Each alarm service provider must be licensed, have a resident Qualifying Agent (excluding contract monitoring stations) and must register each employee agent who sells, installs, services, monitors, or has access to subscriber or alarm system information.
Each company must provide the AESBL with evidence of a policy of general liability insurance in amount of at least $250,000 and must maintain this amount of insurance or more.
For the position for which an applicant requests a license, the applicant must meet the testing and/or certification requirements for a new license and must meet the continuing education requirements to renew a license. The requirements are detailed in the AESBL Administrative Code.
AESBL issues ID cards to Qualified Agents and all licensed individuals.