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CCTV Security Camera System
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Aug 2017
  • Posted by World Telecom & Surveillance, Inc.
  • in Surveillance
  • Comments Off on 4 Ways You Can Protect Your Business From Crime

Redding has seen its share of crime. In 2014, Redding ended up on a Time.com list of “10 Cities Where Violent Crime Is Soaring”. While there has been some improvement since then, the crime rate is still high and Redding businesses continue to need protection from thefts, burglaries, and vandalism. Here are several strategies that

Surveillance Camera And Young Man In Hooded Sweatshirt
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May 2017
  • Posted by World Telecom & Surveillance, Inc.
  • in Surveillance
  • Comments Off on Security Cameras Shorten Time to Suspect Arrests

Those handy-dandy smartphone cameras and social media platforms are leading to a rise in arrests. However, these devices require other citizens to be present at the time the crimes are being committed. Fortunately, the increasing popularity and ever-expanding technology of surveillance cameras both inside and outside homes and businesses are available 24-hours a day, regardless

Orange Security Camera In Use Sign on Gray Post and Partly Sunny Background II
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Apr 2017
  • Posted by World Telecom & Surveillance, Inc.
  • in Surveillance
  • Comments Off on Prevent Crime! How Business Owners and Citizens Can Reduce the Redding Crime Rate

Redding has shown up on national news several times. In 2014, Time.com listed Redding as #5 in a list of “10 Cities Where Violent Crime Is Soaring” because of a 53.8 percent increase in violent crime. In 2016, the abduction of Sherri Papini hit news channels around the world. USA Today reported that Redding’s overall

A police dispatcher working at console
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Mar 2017
  • Posted by World Telecom & Surveillance, Inc.
  • in Communication
  • Comments Off on Emergency Communication Systems, You & Your Mobile Phone

The cell phone revolution in the United States can be largely attributed to Americans’ desire to be able to contact 911 in the event of an emergency. Recent findings estimate that 70 percent of emergency calls are placed from wireless phones. However, calling emergency services from a mobile phone does not work in the same

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