(1) If, within any period of 28 days, a member of the NSW Police Force (whether or not the same member) responds on more than one occasion to false alarms from the same security device installed in respect of a building (not being a dwelling), the Commissioner is entitled to payment by an owner of the building of the prescribed charge for each occasion (except the first).(2) For the purposes of this section, an alarm is to be taken to be a false alarm unless the owner of the building establishes that it was not a false alarm.(3) The regulations may specify the matters which the Commissioner is to take into account in determining who is to pay the Commissioner the prescribed charge when there is more than one owner of the building.(4) In this section:
building includes part of a building.
owner, in relation to a building, means:(a) the owner of the building, or(b) the occupier of the building.
prescribed charge means $200 or such other amount as may be prescribed by the regulations.