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Commercial Security & Surveillance

ACI Protection offers the latest technology in commercial security and CCTV/video surveillance products. Our full line of products and services provides limitless possibilities for systems large and small through our nationwide authorized dealer network.

Our Products and Services include:

  • Video Defender Live Interactive Video Crime Prevention - deter crime before it happens
  • 24/7 monitoring and response with U.L. listed monitoring station
  • State-of-the-art name brand security equipment
  • Medical emergency notification systems
  • Video surveillance equipment and recording
  • Key card access control with reporting
  • Experienced system design, installation and repair
  • Remote access from your computer or PDA

Reasons to consider Video Defender for your business:

Deter crime before it happens - that's real protection for your business.

  • Video Defender system provides live interactive video crime prevention. Video Defender can provide a virtual perimeter in front of your business in which all visitors are notified that they are being recorded and watched by ACI Protection, thus discouraging anyone with criminal intent. In addition to recording all activity at your business, Video Defender is actively searching your premises for activity and can voice down to disperse unwanted visitors or dispatch authorities with specific situational details. The Video Defender live video monitoring avoids false alarms and associated charges and dramatically increases the effectiveness of your overall security.
  • Installing a security system in your business can save up to 20% on your liability insurance.
  • Businesses without alarm systems are 4.5 times more likely to be burglarized than those with electronic security in place.

Source: An academic study of home and business security,
Temple University Department of Economics
Simon Haking and Andrew Black, 1992.2