Monday, August 31, 2009

Arizona Security Cameras

Arizona Security Cameras

Throughout the years, Arizona has become a popular spot for travel, retirement and relocation. Its dry climate, beautiful art and culture, and many tourist attractions including the Grand Canyon, are just a few of the reasons why the state boasts an economy larger than that of several European nations. Thousands of companies call Arizona's major cities such as Phoenix, Tuscon, Tempe, Flagstaff, and Glendale home, as well as the smaller cities in between.

No matter the size or location, any business owner knows that safety and security are two of the most important aspects of any business. Whether you are preventing employee theft or protecting your business from harm, the proper security camera system can be the key to smooth operations. Whether you are setting up security at a new business, or looking to update and old system at your existing business, Camera Security Now can provide you with you with what you need in Arizona and all over North America. We offer quality service, competitive pricing, and a full line of the best DVR/CCTV products in the business along with a local professional who can install your security cameras and network.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Security Cameras in Government Facilities

Government Security Cameras

In 2008, the Department of Homeland Security requested an 8% increase in their budget, most of which went to purchasing and installing Security Cameras. This government trend toward surveillance is not just happening at the federal level. City, county, and state governments are updating their old systems putting more security cameras in high-crime areas, jails, areas such as parks that are highly vandalized, public transportation, water treatment facilities, government buildings and more.

In Mission, Texas, the local police department has had surveillance systems placed in public parks and other undisclosed locations. The cameras, monitored from the police department, allow authorities to scan the park and zoom in to particular areas of concern. The Police Chief hopes the cameras will deter criminal activity and keep predators out of city parks.

Five national airports - Cincinnati International, Ronald Reagan National, Spokane International, Gerald R. Ford International, and Boise, Idaho - will receive $8 million worth of stimulus funds to add new surveillance cameras to their facilities. The Department of Homeland Security says the Closed Circuit Television Cameras will add a "critical layer of security" at the airports by helping to detect threats and aid in emergency response efforts.

The Jacksonville Transit Authority (JTA), in Jacksonville Florida, will be installing security cameras on all buses in hopes that it will prevent crime. The JTA says they want to help keep their riders and drivers safe and secure and should any incident take place, images taken from the camera will help law enforcement identify suspects, if needed.

These are just a few of the ways various government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels are using security cameras to keep their constiuients safe by preventing crime and making it easier to identify suspects. If you are looking for a quality security camera system, Camera Security Now can help. Visit our website at or call 877-422-1907 to get a fast quote on CCTV & DVR Security Cameras.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Alaska Security Cameras

Alaska Security Cameras

Every year, more and more Americans are moving to Alaska for a unique living experience. Lower costs of loving, steady employment growth, the state's location in the global market, and a sense of adventure are just a few things attracting residents from the lower 48. As the state's population grows, so does the need for new businesses and a higher demand is placed on existing companies.

An important aspect of any successful business is safety and security. From preventing employee theft to protecting your workers and products, a proper security camera system can be the key to keeping things running smoothly. Whether you run a bank or a bar; you're starting a new business or needing to replace an old, outdated system, Camera Security Now can provide you with video surveillance anywhere in Alaska and all over the United States! With quality service, competitive pricing, and a full line of the best in DVR/CCTV products, we can fill all of your camera security needs. We provide not only the equipment, but a local professional technician to install your cameras and network.

If you want to keep your business safe and secure with the latest security camera technology, visit our website to get a fast quote on Alaska security cameras or call 877-422-1907 today.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Security Cameras Protect Your Business

Security Cameras Get the Job Done
Just last week, in the Washington D.C. area, gunfire was heard in the parking lot of a strip mall, near a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant. Police arrived on the scene to find a woman with a gunshot wound to the leg; a second victim had already been taken to the hospital by a friend. Video from security cameras located around other businesses near the restaurant allowed detectives to identify the parties involved and piece together a timeline of events. The suspects have been caught and charged thanks to quality security cameras.

This weekend, in Beaverton, Oregon, a man was caught on camera, stealing a laptop from an Internet cafe. A female accomplice distracted employees, while a man cut the cords to a laptop and stuffed it in his pants. It took employees over half an hour to notice that a theft had occurred and the suspects had already left the cafe with the laptop. Fortunately, the entire incident was caught on the cafe's newly-installed security cameras and police were able to feed the footage to local media, asking for help in identifying the suspects.

In Wiscasset, Maine, a man was arrested in connection with the burglaries of six different businesses, after local police released images taken from a restaurant security camera to local media. An acquaintance of the suspect saw the footage and contacted the police, helping them identify the man. According to the police department, several others phoned in to identify the suspect after the photos were shown on local news programs.

These are just a few examples of the hundreds of crimes caught on camera throughout the country, each day. Because the owners of these businesses took the time to install surveillance systems, suspects were easily identified and arrested, property was recovered, employees and customers were protected, future incidents were prevented and lives were possibly saved. At Camera Security Now, we know quality security cameras are part of the foundation of success for your business. That's why we offer a full line of products, quality service, competitive pricing, and even provide a local, professional technician to install your security system.

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