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Denver Security Camera specializes in high definition analog (TVI) and IP surveillance systems.
Recent dramatic price decreases in equipment means that if you’ve been hesitant to invest in a new surveillance system because of the cost, now would be a good time to take another look.

High Definition (1.3 megapixel and up) allows you to cover more area with fewer cameras while still maintaining an acceptable “pixel count” to ensure the captured video is actually useful.

Let us do a no cost, no obligation site evaluation and quote for you, and demonstrate first-hand the image and audio quality you can expect from a new system. The quality really has to be seen to be appreciated.

Think of a professional grade surveillance system as a virtual time machine. Having the ability to go back in time to review events is a powerful tool, not only from the security aspect, but from a management aspect as well. And don’t underestimate the value of having audio along with the video recording. Many of the latest cameras have this ability built in, why not take advantage of it.
  • Something out of place? Find out how it got there.
  • Something missing? Find out who took it and when.
  • Something damaged? Solve the mystery.
  • Delivery service claims they delivered 6 packages but you only can account for 5. Hard to argue with video evidence.
  • A customer claims your employee was rude? See and hear for yourself. Your employees will actually be more comfortable handling a difficult situation knowing that everything is being recorded.
  • Someone falsely claims to have sustained an injury on your property? This happens more often than you might think.  Sometimes having video evidence of what did not happen is just as valuable as video of what did happen. Being able to successfully defend yourself from a bogus claim just once, would likely pay for your surveillance system many times over.
You may be concerned about the legality of recording audio. As a general rule, the recording of, or live surveillance of audio where someone would have a “reasonable expectation of privacy” without their knowledge would likely be considered illegal. In public or common areas however, signage informing anyone entering the area that they are under audio surveillance, is all you should need to stay on the right side of the law. Next time you’re at DIA, look for these signs, they're everywhere.
Disclaimer. I am not a lawyer and this is NOT legal advice. Do not rely on any of this information without consulting with your attorney.

  • From single camera stand alone systems to 50 camera systems and more.
  • High definition Analog (TVI) and IP systems.
  • Retail stores to factory floors.
  • Construction sites to dealerships.
  • Parking lots to equipment yards.

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