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City Chooses Security As A Service to Preserve Cash Flow & Solve Crimes
The City of Cordele is a small municipality in South Georgia. Over 41 percent of the population is under the poverty line and the city unfortunately has one of the highest crime rates in the country. According to neighborhoodscout.com your chances of being a victim of a violent or property crime in Cordele is one in 17. The city recognized the need for updated surveillance technology as never being more important.
The city had been operating with outdated, failing security surveillance systems for some time. With a community that has been so stricken with crime, the community leaders knew they needed to step up and make a change in creating a safer community. The city decided they were not only going to install surveillance systems on city property, but they would implement new surveillance cameras in areas where the highest level of crimes are reported.
With the city moving forward with implementing new security surveillance technology they were going in with two major concerns: