So the same guy with a gun inside of his own home after an alarm is a threat to a LEO in what way?
As a LEO you are responding to a notification of an alarm signal at a private residence in Texas. Does it even cross your mind that the home owner might be on the premises and might be armed?
Are you saying that I shouldn't have the gun or the police shouldn't be notify because I own guns or both because the LEOs might shoot me in my own home for having a gun?
Do the LEOs in your area enter privately owned houses with no visible signs of forced entry just because they got a call that there was an alarm?
Do the LEOs in your area ignore the people in the car parked in front of the driveway?
I guess I just might have a little more faith in the LEOs ability to do their jobs correctly than you seem to want to give them.