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Monitoring Division (Alarm Receiving Centres & Monitoring Stations)

Companies who operate as an alarm receiving centre (ARC) must hold a license from the Private Security Authority and meet the requirements of IS 228 and SR 41. All ISIA monitoring division members must meet the requirements of both. The standard is also required by the Garda Alarm Policy 2004, which monitoring stations/alarm receiving centres must adhere to. Only ARC's with these standards are permitted under legislation to monitor alarm activations and CCTV surveillance.

If you are seeking a company to provide alarm monitoring, alarm response, CCTV surveillance and monitoring, access control system surveillance and monitoring please contact any of our members listed below directly or visit the find a supplier section of our site to get a quote from an ISIA member that meets your specific requirements.

Monitoring Division (Alarm Receiving Centres) Representatives

  • Chairman - Paul Manley

  • Vice Chairman - Sean Leavy

Please contact the Irish Security Indsutry Association if you are interested in representing the members of the ISIA's monitoring division.  

Members of the ISIA Monitoring Division

  • Ace Alarm Control Centre
  • Alarm Control 24
  • G4S Monitoring Ireland
  • MCM Technology
  • Noonan
ISIA Rules & Codes: 
  • ISIA Bye Laws
  • ISIA Code of Conduct
  • ISIA Disciplinary Procedure
  • ISIA TUPE Code