SECTIONS 2.018 – WHEN PERMIT MAY BE REVOKED:
An alarm permit may be revoked upon the occurrence of one or more of the following:
a) The permit holder has failed to make payment in full to Smith County for any fees assessed under Section 2.006 and 2.017 hereof within sixty (60) days of the date the Sheriff has mailed notice to the Permit holder that such fees are due and owed.
(b) The permit holder accrues more than nine (9) FALSE ALARMS during any twelve (12) month period, over and above the five (5) false alarms allowed during any twelve (12) month period. After the reinstatement in accordance with Section 2.017, above will be accessed if the permit holder accrues more than three (3) false alarms during the remainder of any twelve (12) month period.
This application shall be signed by the person making the application for permit, acknowledging that he/she has read the application, affirming the correctness and accuracy of the information given on the application, authorizing the release to the Sheriff of the information required hereunder, and, if such person making the application will not be the permit holder, certifying that he/she is authorized to act for the intended permit holder.
THE ALARM PERMIT FEE is $25.00 and should be made payable to the Smith County Treasurer.