North Texas Alarm Association

The North Texas Alarm Association (“NTAA”) is a non-profit association that began in 1980 as the Dallas County Burglar and Fire Alarm Association. The association was originally founded by a group of concerned alarm company owners that took a proactive stance to the false alarm issue. Today, through the direction of its leaders and members, the NTAA has evolved into a professional industry association promoting, educating, and safeguarding the interests of the security and fire alarm industry and its customers.

Mission Statement

 To work with Alarm Companies, Law Enforcement, Industry Associations, and Alarm Users to insure the highest quality of professional security services possible, through training, communication, and professional services.


In cooperation with alarm manufacturers, distributors, and a number of volunteers, the NTAA arranges quarterly continuing education training for both members and non-members.

**Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the remaining dates for in-house training for 2020 have been postponed.**
NTAA In-house Training:  $25 for members and $50 for non-members

If you are looking for online training, there are courses being made available by the Texas Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (TBFAA). As a NTAA member, you will receive discounts on their training courses as a member benefit! For more details on the online courses available, please visit our Online Training Page

For more information about NTAA Trainings, please email the training director.  

Map of Associate Members