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For the purposes of this chapter, there is a rebuttable presumption that the following determinations made by the chief or by a police officer dispatched to the premises reporting an alarm signal are correct:

A. There is no evidence of a crime or other activity that would warrant a call for immediate police assistance at the premises;

B. No individual who was on or near the premises or who had viewed a video communication from the premises called for a police dispatch or verified a need for an immediate police response; and

C. There is no evidence that violent conditions of nature or other extraordinary circumstances beyond the control of the alarm user caused the activation of the alarm. (Ord. 5-4-1999, 5-6-1999)