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Video Surveillance Systems in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is a state in the Great Lakes region of the United States. The current estimated population is 5,757,564. The first Europeans to visit the area now known as Wisconsin were French fur traders who came to the region in the mid-17th century. No permanent settlements were established in the region until the British took control of the land during the French and Indian War in 1763. The United States did not gain full control of the Wisconsin Territory until the War of 1812. Once under US control the territory’s economy shifted from fur trading to lead mining. After the Native American tribes in the region began to rebel against white settlers, the tribes were forcibly removed from the state. As more and more settlers arrived to the territory they began laying out farms, roads and government buildings. Wisconsin was admitted to the Union as the 30th state in 1848. Agriculture became a huge industry in the state with farms producing large amounts of wheat and the lumber industry dominating the northern forested section of Wisconsin. The lumber industry lead to deforestation and the industry fell into decline. By the end of the 19th century dairy production began to emerge as the dominant industry. Wisconsin became known as “America’s Dairyland” due to its large dairy production. The industrial revolution saw the opening of many factories manufacturing heavy machinery and tools. Today manufacturing and agriculture remain dominant industries in the state along with health care. Manufacturing accounts for 20% of Wisconsin’s gross domestic product and the state leads the nation in cheese production. Tourism is becoming an increasingly important industry in Wisconsin with such popular attractions as House on the Rock, the Dells of the Wisconsin River and many water recreation activities along the Great Lakes and rivers. Wisconsin is also known as the home of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers who hold the record for the most NFL titles.

Wisconsin enjoys a very low crime rate. Both violent and property crime rates are below the national average. The chance of becoming a victim of violent crime in Wisconsin is 1 in 360 and of property crime is 1 in 46. Menomonee Falls is the only Wisconsin city to be considered one of the safest cities in the country and Milwaukee is the only Wisconsin city considered to be amongst the most dangerous in the country. The most common crimes in the state are theft and burglary. In 2013 there were 93,953 reported cases of theft in Wisconsin and 24,347 cases of burglary. While these numbers are below national averages it is still important for residents to protect themselves and their property so crime rates do not increase. Surveillance systems are known to deter crime and they can be used to protect private residences, offices, farms, retail stores and many other locations. Wisconsinites can help keep their state safe by protecting their property and reporting crimes to law enforcement officials.

Wisconsin State Capitol
2 E Main St
Madison, WI 53703

Wisconsin Governor's Mansion
99 Cambridge Rd
Madison, WI 53704

House on the Rock
5754 State Road 23
Spring Green, WI 53588

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