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    Question: Why can you get in trouble from pulling a fire alarm?

    Answer: Pulling a false alarm is a crime because it causes disruption of normal activities at the location and can cause people to be in fear of injury from a fire. There is also the possibility of injury during a building's evacuation, as people tend to panic. Additionally, since the fire department must send rescue personnel to the scene to investigate, that fire department's personnel might be unavailable should a real emergency arise elsewhere at the same time.

    The offense is defined in Arizona Law (A.R.S. 13-2907) as a class 1 misdemeanor.

    1 thru 4 of 4 comments    [ 1 ]   
    On 04/02/04
    Isabel from Othe said:
    hi, i think this law is very good... cause your wasting your money if you pull a fire alarm, and money is precious...
    On 03/22/04
    Pat from NJ said:
    I'm a volunteer firefighter here in NJ, and this law is a very good one.. for a few reasons 1. pulling a fire alarm DOES take our fire engines and firefighters away from other things. And a speeding firetruck can get involved in an accident. 2.Our station gets alarm calls for the local high school all the time. Every time it is a false alarm, and every time it dulls peoples awareness. Think if a real fire hapenned and no one got out of the buiding because they assumed it was a false alarm. our FF's have dulled awareness too. 3.it disrupts the school day Our department fines a
    On 02/10/04
    ashleigh from NY said:
    i think that the law is stupid because my friend pulled a fire alarm and he is facing a class e felony
    On 11/12/01
    nee-nee from FL said:
    i think that is a good answer because while they are runin over here 4 a fake fire it could be somewhere else at the same time.
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