SelectaDNA is featured in a police campaign delivered to tradespeople and builders in Rodney, New Zealand.
Rodney Police visited construction sites in the area to distribute a leaflet containing details of SelectaDNA as part of their Shipping Container Security Project.
The project offers information about ways to reduce risk of power tool burglary as well as tips to prevent shipping container theft.
Rodney Police Prevention Manager, Senior Sergeant Pivac, explained: “We see that building sites are using shipping containers for overnight storage of builders’ tools and equipment. It’s not unusual to find builders storing thousands of dollars of tools. Police know just how hard it is for trades people and builders to make a living in Auckland and want to acknowledge the work they do providing quality service and craftsmanship to the local community. Police also want to ensure trades people and builders can continue their business free from the inconvenience and stress caused through tools being stolen.”
They have produced the ‘Security Solutions That Work’ leaflet which gives details of how to lock containers effectively and recommends the use of SelectaDNA, which has been proven to reduce burglary by 61% in NZ police trials and is used by every school in the country.
For further information and images contact: Angela Singleton, Press Officer for Selectamark.
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