What is ASAP?
The Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) is a national program that is the next generation for the processing of information from alarm monitoring stations needing emergency dispatch. This protocol was founded through the joint partnership of APCO, CSAA and NLETS – receiving government recognition and funding since 2010. MORE ABOUT ASAP []
ASAP Protocal White Paper - Updated 11-2012 
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