DIXON Security Cameras

Utah's leading security and business liability reduction experts.

  • Reduce Liability from Lawsuits and fraudulent claims
  • Increase responsible Forklift and equipment usage
  • Increase adherence to safety policies
  • Reduce Shrinkage and increase inventory control
  • Increase Employee Productivity
  • Increase work flow around facility
  • Document Workers Compensation claims
  • Reduce trespassing and vandalism
  • Eliminate Employee theft

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I just installed Dixon Security Cameras around my home and this company is top notch! Friendly, professional, efficient, courteous, clean, and all of that with incredible customer service. In addition, their cameras are top notch! I was impressed with the entire process of working with Dixon and would definitely hire them again, and recommend them to anyone looking to add a security feature to their home or business. Very happy customer.

A great company to work with! Honest, integrity, a complete understanding of the security industry. Everything you need in a security team! You can be confident in your decision to go with Dixon Security!

Fabulous people, service and products. Thanks Thal Dixon for helping me secure my business assets.



We work with businesses of all types and have the expertise to plan video surveillance for your company.

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Our expert technicians can handle all types of installation or repair jobs large or small.

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Do-It-Yourself support

If you're a do-it-yourselfer and just need a hand on a tricky install or repair.

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Spy Shop

The only one of it's kind, the Dixon Security Spy Shop has every type of spy cameras hidden in ties, pins, watches and more.

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We provide Salt Lake City, Utah and the surrounding area with Digital Recording Security Systems using the latest CCTV equipment, (PC and Linux Stand alone DVR/NVR Security Systems), Remote video surveillance over the internet, surveillance over laptops, tablets, and smart phones. We provide covert and hidden security cameras, nanny security cameras, and motion detection security cameras, along with covert surveillance services and professional installation.

We will Service and Upgrade Video Surveillance and Security Systems in the Salt Lake City Utah Areas, in and around Park City Utah, Ogden Utah, Provo Utah, West Valley City Utah, West Jordan Utah, American Fort Utah, Sandy Utah, Tooele Utah, and anywhere close. We will even travel outside of our general service area for a fee. For questions about any of our services call 801.455.0413.

Business Security

To ensure your surveillance system is exceeding expectations, we provide consulting, integration, configuration, and support services to our customers, large and small. Our experience with providing security for other businesses can help you learn from their mistakes.

Remote Video Access

View feeds from your video surveillance system on your computer, tablet or smart phone. Quickly and easily access events in multiple areas of your facility. We can also provide solutions to send camera signals over distances.

Maintenance & Repair

Need maintenance to existing cameras? Many camera issues can be a simple fix for a trained technician. Ask about our FLAT RATE maintenance fees and never commit to an open ended invoice again.

Camera Sales & Consulting

We can help you make an educated decision between IP Cameras, HD-SDI, TVI, or CVI cameras from your Standard Analog Cameras. We understand lighting, camera features, placement, and everything necessary to give you the pictures you are looking for. Perhaps a hybrid system will help you upgrade in stages. We can work with them all.


A Video Surveillance system can help your business reduce internal and external risk, and improve the efficiency of your company's operations

Hidden Camera Sales & Consulting

We provide covert and hidden security cameras, nanny security cameras, and motion detection security cameras, along with covert surveillance and information security services.



Easily check your camera footage from the convenience of our handy mobile app. See features below:

View live in HD. Control and zoom in with live PTZ controls.

Have a microphone installed? Listen in to what is being said.

Save pictures and video clips right from your phone

Search the Calendar and play back video on any camera from any time selected

Who We Are

Dixon Security Cameras is a small team of camera installation professionals. Our experts specialize in the sale, installation, maintenance and repair of security cameras. Dixon is unique because we have focus. Unlike our competitors that attempt to bundle several different security systems into giant packages– Dixon only handles security camera systems. This means if your camera system has a problem, we can solve it; regardless of whether we installed it or not. Come see what our focus can do for you.

Camera Specialists

Security camera sales, service and support is all we do. We are the best because we specialize in only one thing and do it right.

Price, Service, & Quality

Our prices are honest, our service experts are the best in the industry and our product quality is unmatched. We guarantee it.

We Make It Easy

Whether you need a full-service one-stop-shop for all your video surveillance needs or you just need a bit of advice, we're here to help.

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The 2017 Instructional Buying Guide to Security Cameras

We wrote this 60-page instructional buying guide as a free service to our customers and to the public to share our knowledge, experience and expertise about video cameras. Security cameras are our passion and we've gained a lot of knowledge over the years about different brands, what type of cameras you need for indoor vs. outdoor use, hidden cameras, lenses, price comparisons, installation tips and more.

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How to Pick a Security Camera Installer

Choosing A Good Security Camera Installer | 801-455-0413

Having a security system for your home or business makes sense. You want to be able to protect the most important things in your life. Calling an installer can be a low stress way to get a sometimes complicated system up and running. It can be confusing figuring out who to call and if they are the right company for you. Below are some Q’s & A’s that can help you choose the right installer so that you can get the right system set up for you at the right price with the right expertise so that you know what to look for when hiring a security camera installer.

When should I hire an installer?

If you want to install a system more complicated that a few cameras on your front porch, you should call an installer. To use features to their fullest and to have your system well-integrated, you will need a professional security camera installer.

What should I look for when choosing an installer?

Technology continues to advance. Modern CCTV (closed circuit TV) systems have more in common with computers and smart phones than the analog systems popular a few years ago. Security system installers need to have a background in computer networking for you to take full advantage of the features your system can offer.

There are 3 main types of systems for a CCTV security system: 1) Analog  2) IP and 3) HD-TVI.


Analogy systems have the oldest technology and the cheapest price tag. The first CCTV systems were analog. Analog is easy to install but doesn’t have as clear of an image as other systems. For example, it would take about 6 analog cameras to capture the level of detail of a single HD-TVI camera. If you are needing high quality images to be used as evidence to prosecute criminals, then you may need to invest in a more technologically advanced system. What do you need to be able to see in your cameras? License plate numbers? Head shots? Analog is popular because of the price, but is quickly becoming obsolete. You don’t want to invest in an analog system, only to have to pay to upgrade in a few years. If an installer only does analog systems, you may want to go somewhere else.


This system is a step up in quality and in price from analog systems. If you have an analog system already and are looking to upgrade, this may be the way to go. The HD-TVI system using the same cabling used in analog CCTV systems but with increased resolution. However, in most cases, resolution is limited to 1080p. HD-TVI cameras offer a range of 1600 feet from the DVR and are available at lower prices than many similar IP camera systems.


Internet Protocol (IP) cameras are the best cameras out there. They are the most expensive but you get almost endless options and versatility plus they capture video in stunning resolutions. Some systems can accommodate resolutions higher than 4K UHD. IP cameras offer features, designs, and prices to suit any surveillance requirements or budget. Both wireless and hardwired cameras are available to provide a wide selection of options for both indoor, outdoor and concealed surveillance. You’ll also find features like thermal imaging, 360-degree fisheye lenses and pinhole-style cameras.

See what types of systems your installer sells. Make sure you are being educated about all of your options.

What else should I ask my installer?

Ask if they warranty the cameras they install.

Many manufacturers offer warranties on cameras, but to take advantage, you have to take down your camera, send it in, and wait. Meanwhile, as you wait on the manufacturer, your security system isn’t protecting you. Some installers offer additional warranties that help you through the gap of waiting. Never assume you won’t need a warranty on your security system. Power surges and even natural disasters happen. You will be happiest in the long run if you plan for the worst and hope for the best.

Ask if they have workman’s compensation and general liability insurance. It’s important to find out if they have this for two reasons: 1) If they have insurance, you have more assurance that they are professionals, not amateurs. 2) Even seasoned professionals sometimes slip. Accidents happen. If installers are insured, you don’t have to worry about being liable.

At Dixon Security we are experts at installing security cameras. Call us at 801-455-0413 for a FREE on-site evaluation of your security system needs.


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Wireless Security Cameras

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People often ask me if we carry wireless cameras. They usually don’t really care about how the camera gets the signal to the recorder.

Most of the time this means they are asking if I have a cheaper solution. Many people mistakenly think that they can get the same type of solution out of a wireless camera that they can get out of a wired solution. If wireless cameras were better, most professionals would be lining up to use them. The first thing that many people don’t think about when they want to go with WIFI wireless cameras is that they will still need to run some type of a cable for power. Since most cameras are installed in places higher up and most outlets are closer to the ground, you will have to run wires. There are some WIFI cameras that work with batteries, but they don’t go for very long. You will be changing the batteries out every month. That is an expensive and time- consuming solution over a long period of time. With one camera it may work out, but with many, it becomes a challenge. Other problems with WIFI solutions include security and wireless interference due to the environment.

As professionals, we do use a wireless solution when it makes sense and will contribute to saving money when installing security cameras when going between buildings or an obstacle that may be difficult to cable through. In these situations, we use a good network bridge with IP cameras. This is not WIFI. A wireless bridge is a pair of point to point devices that work as a transmitter and receiver to send an encrypted signal between two points. It is like running an invisible wire through the air. If we have line of sight and power on both sides of the bridge, we can put a switch on the other side and WIRE the IP cameras to the switch. We can then record the cameras back at the main building by bringing the signal over the wireless bridge. This solution is not overly expensive, but it does add considerable cost. A wireless bridge is the equivalent of adding 3 cameras to an installation. It is however, a much better and less expensive solution to trenching through an entire parking lot. It is also a way for us to take a wireless solution over a longer distance. The bridges that we usually use can extend distances over a mile.

At Dixon Security we provide cutting edge wireless cameras at competitive prices. Call us at 801-455-0413 for a FREE on-site evaluation of your video surveillance needs.


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If you are looking for SERVICE and an outside consultant to help you with your video surveillance needs, Dixon Security Cameras is the right company for you! Call today and speak directly with Thal Dixon, the owner of Dixon Security Cameras.