NAAA.ORG

Public Notice

It is with deep regret but also a sense of accomplishment, that it has been decided to close the operations and dissolve the incorporation of the National Alarm Association of America (NAAA).

All existing paid members and all existing Training Program purchasers will still be afforded the same benefits and service as before for the foreseeable future, but through a private source.

There will not be any new memberships offered, but the general public (Non Existing Members) will be able to purchase training programs through the private source for the foreseeable future.

All past test results and information will also be retained through the private source for the foreseeable future.

Any questions should be directed to the following e-mail: NAAA6222@AOL.COM

NAAAIt has been our pleasure and privilege to serve the Alarm Industry for the last 30 years, but times have changed and the operational personnel have gotten older.

Again, thank you for allowing us to serve you.

Sincerely,

NAAA

History of the NAAA

National Alarm Association of America (NAAA) was founded in 1984 as a means for the independent alarm dealer to have a voice in the betterment of the industry.

Its two main goals therefore are to provide a forum for the alarm dealer and serve as a filter and provider of the very best in training programs and manuals for the education of not only the installer and service personnel but also the people that design systems.

To that end the NAAA started in 1984 with the first and only complete videotape + manual program for basic education of alarm technicians. Originally headquartered in California the organization's corporate papers were transferred to Dayton, Ohio, in the 1990's to make it more centrally accessible to the entire country.