Detroit, MI Video Surveillance Systems

Detroit, MI

Detroit, MI

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Detroit, MI

Video Surveillance Systems in Detroit, Michigan

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

For our Detroit 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 experience 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.

Detroit is a city in Wayne County, Michigan. With a current estimated population of 681,090 it is the most populous city in the state of Michigan. When the city was incorporated in 1815, its proximity to the Great Lakes and the Canadian border made it a hub for shipping and transportation. In 1903 Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company in Detroit and was quickly followed by William Durant, the Dodge Brothers, Packard and Walter Chrysler. These automotive pioneers helped Detroit’s economy to grow exponentially and established the city as the automotive capital of the world. The first freeway was built in Detroit and a sprawling suburban area developed around the automotive plants. The automotive industry continued to reign supreme and Detroit enjoyed economic prosperity and a population boom throughout most of the 20th century. Beginning in the late 20th and early 21st centuries the automotive industry began to decline and residents began moving out of the city to suburban areas. The decline in the city’s main industry and the suburban flight has resulted in severe urban decay with several abandoned buildings and a government that cannot afford to provide municipal services. In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy with an $18.5 billion debt. The city is beginning to turn things around and the two major automotive plants, GM and Chrysler, began reporting a significant increase in profits. Other major employers in the city include Ally Financial and DTE Energy. Live music is a big part of Detroit’s nightlife scene as the city is the home of Motown. Many tourists are also attracted to the city’s many museums including the Detroit Institute of Arts and Motown Historical Museum. Detroit is also home to professional teams in the four major sports in the US including Detroit Pistons, Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions and Detroit Red Wings.

Crime rates in Detroit are high and in 2012 Forbes listed the city as the most dangerous city in the United States. Crime rates have been slowly decreasing over the past several years but the murder rate remains one of the highest in the nation. The chance of becoming a victim of crime in Detroit is 1 in 13 and residents are more likely to become victims of property crimes such as theft, burglary and vandalism. Poverty and long standing racial tensions are two contributing factors to the city’s high crime rate. In 2012 there were 15,968 reported cases of theft and 13,488 cases of burglary. Residents of Detroit can protect themselves from crimes like these by installing surveillance systems in their homes and businesses. Properties with surveillance systems experience less crime than those without. There are many affordable, vandal-proof systems available that will aid residents in reducing crime rates and protecting their property.

We also provide products and services to cities near Detroit including: Dearborn, Southfield, Warren, Grosse Pointe, Westland, Ann Arbor, Hamtramck and Ferndale.

Detroit City Hall
2 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

Detroit Chamber of Commerce
1 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48202

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