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Video Surveillance Systems in Idaho

Idaho is a state in the Northwest United States. The current estimated population is 1,634,464 and the capital and most populous city is Boise. What is now Idaho was once part of the Oregon Territory until 1849 when it was reorganized into the Washington Territory. Idaho was organized into its own territory in 1863. Many Mormons migrated from the Utah region and settled in Idaho, establishing a large Mormon presence that remains in the state today. The early economy of Idaho was based mostly on the mining of metals and natural resources. Every known type of gemstone can be found in Idaho, lending it the nickname of “The Gem State.” Idaho was admitted to the Union in 1890 as the 43rd state. Agriculture, forest products and tourism became important industries to the state in the 20th century. The Great Depression hit the state hard and Idaho began attempts to diversify its economy to include science and technology. The agricultural industry has rebounded and Idaho is known as the “Potato State” due to the fact that it produces nearly one-third of the potatoes in the US. Food processing, manufacturing and mining are also important sectors of Idaho’s economy. Technology is the state’s largest industry. The state exports memory chips, printers, semiconductors and other digital products. Tourism is also an important sector of the Idaho economy with tourists visiting the state’s many state and national parks. Idaho is also home to one of the oldest ski resorts in the country, Sun Valley.

Idaho has an overall crime rate that is below the national average. While most cities in Idaho have crime rates that are near the average, the city of Rexburg has a crime rate that ranks among the safest in the country. The chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime is 1 in 461. As is the case with most states, property crime is much more common than violent crime. The chance of becoming a victim of a property crime is 1 in 54. Property crimes include theft and burglary. In 2013 there were 21,879 reported cases of theft and 6,640 burglaries. According to the 2013 Idaho Statewide Crime Profile, a burglary occurs every 1.4 hours and theft occurs every 23.8 minutes in the state. While crime rates may be below the national average, crime still occurs on a regular basis. It is important that residents keep their properties protected. Homes and businesses with surveillance systems are known to experience less crime than those without. Surveillance systems can deter crime and create a safer environment overall. Many properties can benefit from a surveillance system including homes, offices, retail stores, factories and many other locations.

Idaho State Capitol
700 W Jefferson St
Boise, ID 83702

Idaho Governor's Mansion
4000 Simplot Ln
Boise, ID 83702

Silverwood Theme Park
27843 North Hwy 95
Athol, ID 83801

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