Baltimore, MD Video Surveillance Systems

Baltimore, MD

Baltimore, MD

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Baltimore, MD

Video Surveillance Systems in Baltimore, Maryland

WorldEyeCam offers quality video surveillance systems at an affordable price in Baltimore, Maryland. Please call us today at 1-888-211-2288 for more information on how to get your surveillance system project started in Baltimore.

For our Baltimore customers we offer a full line of DVRs, NVRs and CCTV security camera products at affordable pricing from a trusted veteran of the security world. We offer free cost analysis to find you the best option for your budget. Our support team is here to help with any technical questions you have about your security camera systems. We are your one stop shop for advice, sales reinforcement and technical support.

Our large selection of surveillance equipment ensures you will find the products you need to keep your home or business safe. WorldEyeCam is not just a retail store, we also have years of expBaltimorence in security camera installation so we can make the most informed recommendations about what security system is right for you. We stand behind our products 100% and we will stay with you for the long haul to keep you, the customer, happy.

Baltimore is an independent city in Maryland. The current estimated population is 622,104 and it is the most populous city in the state. The Town of Baltimore was founded in 1729 and named for Maryland founder Cecil Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore. The city played an important role in the American Revolution with the Second Continental Congress meeting in the Henry Fite House in Baltimore. During the War of 1812, the British attempted to capture the Port of Baltimore but United States troops were able to defend the city from Fort McHenry. During this battle the Star-Spangled Banner was written and later became the national anthem. When the railroad was established in Baltimore after the war, the city became a major shipping and manufacturing hub. The Industrial Revolution transformed the city into an industrial town processing steel and auto manufacturing. Today manufacturing remains a part of the city’s economy with products including rye whiskey, straw hats and refining crude oil. Baltimore relies largely on a service economy and the city’s unemployment rate is higher than the national average. The largest employer in the city is John Hopkins Hospital. John Hopkins University is one of the most prestigious universities in the country and draws many students to Baltimore. Tourism contributes an estimated $5 billion to Baltimore’s economy every year. The National Aquarium is the top tourist destination in the city. Other popular attractions include Fort McHenry, Mount Vernon and Oriole Park, home to the MLB team Baltimore Orioles.

Baltimore is one of the top ten most dangerous cities in the country. After experiencing a decline in crime in 2011, crime rates rose again in 2013. Baltimore’s high crime rates gained national attention when the controversial “Stop Snitchin’” campaign was brought to light along with the airing of the crime drama The Wire. The chance of becoming a victim of crime in the city is 1 in 15. Violent crime rates are more than three times higher than the national and state averages. Property crime is about twice as high. The chance of becoming a victim of violent crime is 1 in 70 and of property crime is 1 in 20. The most commonly reported crimes in the city are theft and burglary. In 2012 there were 17,397 reported cases of theft and 7,770 cases of burglary. Residents of Baltimore can protect themselves from crime by installing surveillance systems on their property. Surveillance systems are known to deter crime and can help to reduce crime rates overall. There are many affordable systems that can be used to protect homes, offices, retail stores and many other locations.

We also provide products and services to cities near Baltimore including: Washington, D.C., Annapolis, Frederick, Bowie, Hagerstown, Alexandria, Wilmington and Salisbury.

Baltimore City Hall
250 City Hall
Baltimore, MD 21202

Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce
2001 Elgin Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

Fort McHenry
2400 E Fort Ave
Baltimore, MD 21230

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