False Alarm Reduction Program

The City of North Miami requires all residential and business locations to register their burglar alarm systems.

Did You Know?

Three main causes of false alarms are:

  1. User Error
  2. Installation or Service Error
  3. Equipment Failure

More than 80% of all false alarms are caused by user error.

Register your burglar alarm system with the City of North Miami through Public Safety Corporation

By phone:

You may call the North Miami False Alarm Reduction Program’s toll free number, 1-877-665-2987, to register your burglar alarm system. You may also call this toll free number for assistance and questions about alarm registration or the alarm ordinance. The North Miami False Alarm Reduction Program representatives are available to assist you Monday thru Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (excluding federal holidays).


Go to our website https://www.crywolfservices.com/northmiamifl/. Please review the page to be familiar with the North Miami Ordinance and false alarm reduction tips. Once on the website click on “New Alarm Users”. Once you fill out the page completely and submit the form, your completed registration form will be displayed. On that form in the upper right hand corner it will have your Account #. Please call your alarm company and provide them with this account # and advise them that is your account # with the North Miami False Alarm Reduction Program. Once the registration fee of $25.00 is paid, your permit will be active and the registration will be complete. 

There are yearly renewal requirements for our program. The registration fee and renewal fee is $25.00 per year. You will be notified to renew your permit with the program.

By Mail:

Or, you can complete and send the attached False Alarm Registration Form (PDF).

Mail your registration payment for your alarm to:
City of North Miami False Alarm Reduction Program
P.O. Box 947764
Atlanta, GA 30394-7764


Log onto the North Miami False Alarm Registration website or call 1-877-665-2987.

**Important: Failure to register your alarm, renew annually and/or excessive false alarms may result in city issued fines.**