Chapter President's Welcome
If you are a current SVAA member, I thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you throughout the year at our events. If you are not a member currently, I would encourage you to check the calendar page on this website and attend a meeting to see what you are missing. Registration fees will be waived for any first-time attendee!
It is an honor to serve as your President again this year, and I welcome any suggestions on how the Silicon Valley Alarm Association can support you further.
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The Silicon Valley Alarm Association is a non-profit 501(c)3 trade association made up of member companies that adhere to a set of standards and ethics to promote professionalism in the alarm industry. This professional code of conduct benefits the many people who rely upon (or are considering) security systems for their personal safety, the safety of their homes and families, businesses and communities.
News / Events
By CAA Staff
You may only get one chance to protect yourself from harm. Keeping this in mind, choose your security company with care. We recommend the following steps for consumers to take to help make the right decision in choosing the services of a reputable security and fire alarm company: Ask your family, friends or business associates…
By CAA Staff
For criminals, porch piracy is one of the easiest types of theft because they can carry it out swiftly and silently. In the winter, when valuable gifts are being delivered and the sun goes down earlier, porch piracy is in full swing. In the cover of the dark, criminals speed toward victims’ porches, grab their…
By CAA Staff
If you haven’t yet invested in a doorbell camera, you’re missing out on a powerful home security tool. There are so many smart things you can do with a doorbell camera; here are some of the smartest. Catch Criminals in the Act From our daily meals to our large electronics, just about everything can now…
Why Join The Association?
With one membership, you belong to two associations: The Silicon Valley Alarm Association, and the California Alarm Association (CAA). Dues are paid quarterly by electronic debit or invoice.
Frequent Legislative Updates That Impact Your Business
Licensing requirements do change and as a member you are kept informed. We also work on your behalf with cities throughout Santa Clara, Monterey, Santa Cruz & San Benito Counties and the state of California to watchdog local ordinances (and fines).
“I wanted to learn about the industry and I heard from a police department friend that there was a bay area alarm association in Oakland so I went to a meeting. From there I learned of the WBFAA, now the CAA.”
"I have been able to experience first-hand the benefits of the association and encourage any alarm company to join or attend any CAA event. They are iconic to our industry and they grow and offer members high opportunities for networking and gaining knowledge in our industry.”
Total Monitoring Services
“While working for King Central, I became their Regional Account Manager. I wanted to be aware of what was going on in the industry so I began attending the Sacramento Area Alarm Association meetings. I did not expect the true friendships I have made over the years through the different Associations. I carry some of the people I’ve met through the years very close to my heart.”
These are only some of the benefits derived from membership with The Silicon Valley Alarm Association. Benefiting your bottom line, enhancing your professionalism, and working with your industry colleagues are the common values that we all share.