What we offer the community:
In the State of New Jersey, contractor licensing for fire alarm systems started in June of 2003 through the Department of Community Affairs in Trenton. In March of 2004, contractor licensing for burglar alarms and all other security systems, including fire alarms, became mandatory through the Department of Consumer Affairs in Newark. NJESA has been a driving force in providing information and training to our members to ultimately protect the consumer. NJESA always promotes hiring a licensed contractor.
Our members must adhere to a strong Code of Ethics, which underscores the importance of our high standards.
Licensed members of NJESA are listed on the website. They are your best choice for quality, reliable security services. You can also obtain important information to help make the right decision in the purchasing of a new security or fire alarm system.
NJESA proudly awards two scholarships annually to children of active-duty police and fire personnel. The scholarship awards, in the amount of $1,500 for first prize and $1,000 for second prize, are available to qualified high school seniors. In addition, the winners of the state program have gone on to win the National scholarship awards.
What we offer our Members:
We track all of your NJESA-sponsored training to assist with your licensing renewal process.
Education in the security industry is critically important. From beginning in business to expert installer, NJESA offers timely educational opportunities for members at every level and who enjoy reduced registration fees.
NJESA members are kept informed of the latest from the Division of Consumer Affairs and the Department of Community Affairs.
All members of the New Jersey Electronic Association automatically become members of the Electronic Security Association at the national level – doubling the benefits of membership!