How do you benefit? The Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) was launched in 2011 as a public-private partnership. It is designed to increase the efficiency and reliability of emergency electronic signals from monitoring companies to PSAPs (Public Safety Answering Point). ASAP utilizes ANSI standard protocols developed cooperatively by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) and The Monitoring Association. With ASAP, critical life safety signals and accurate information are processed in seconds, not minutes, through the Nlets system of state-to-state PSAP communication, insuring that complete and accurate information is transmitted to the PSAP every time.

Quick Response is pleased to announce that we have gone live with the following PSAPS:

  • Ramsey County, MN
  • Anoka County, MN
  • Raleigh-Wake County, NC
  • Hamilton County, OH
  • Cumberland County, PA
  • Marion-Indianapolis, IN

Quick Response is currently testing with the following PSAPS:

  • Cincinnati, OH