Video Surveillance Systems in Phoenix, AZ
Video Surveillance Systems in Phoenix, Arizona
WorldEyeCam offers quality video surveillance systems at an affordable price in Phoenix, Arizona. Please call us today at 1-888-211-2288 for more information on how to get your surveillance system project started in Phoenix.
For our Phoenix 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.
Popular Surveillance Systems Cameras and DVRs in Phoenix
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.
With years of experience selling and installing security camera systems we can also easily upgrade your current system. If your Tampa facility has an existing VCR/Tape Based CCTV System, let us help you upgrade to an Internet Accessible DVR or NVR. Many of the modern systems will allow you to view surveillance footage on a PC or mobile device so you can monitor your property from anywhere. In most cases these upgrades are simple and affordable. Call today at 1-888-211-2288.
Popular Surveillance Security Camera Systems in Phoenix
Phoenix is the capital of Arizona. With a current estimated population of 1,513,367 it is the most populous city in the state and the sixth most populous city in the country. The southwest region of the United States belonged to Mexico until the end of the Mexican-American War in 1848. At this time the land became property of the US government and residents there became US citizens. After the Civil War the area that would become Phoenix began being used as farming land and Phoenix was incorporated as a town in 1868. The town’s population grew and it became a city in 1881. When the railroad came to Phoenix in the 1880s it became a trade center. The main exports from the city were copper, cattle, cotton and citrus. The cotton industry began to decline in the 20th century and meat processing replaced it as the dominant industry. Today the top industries in the city are real estate, financial services and manufacturing. There are four Fortune 500 companies with headquarters in Phoenix: Avnet, Freeport-McMoRan, PetSmart and Republic Services. Many tourists come to the area for the warm climate and to stay at one of the five star resorts the city has to offer. Other popular attractions include the Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix Zoo, many performing arts theaters and homes built by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Crime rates in Phoenix are about average for a city with such a large population. The chance of becoming a victim of crime in the city is 1 in 21. While violent crime and property crime rates are above both national and state averages, when compared to cities of a similar size they are about average. The drug trade has long been an issue for the entire state of Arizona. Crimes associated with drug trafficking are higher in Arizona than some other states. Residents of Phoenix are more likely to become victims of property crime than of violent crime. The chance of becoming a victim of property crime is 1 in 24. The most common crimes are theft and burglary. In 2012 there were 35,678 reported cases of theft and 17,912 cases of burglary. Residents can protect themselves from these crimes by monitoring their property with surveillance systems. Homes and businesses with surveillance systems are known to experience less crime than those without. Surveillance footage can be viewed remotely from a PC or smart phone and be used as evidence if a crime does occur.
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