A Manchester gang that netted more than £400k via a series of ATM gas attacks, has been arrested as they prepared to attack a Post Office in Oldham.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for CIR Magazine's Risk Management Awards. We have been nominated for the Public Safety Award for our work with UK Police and private security staff .
We were proud to scoop a prestigious award at the 2019 BSIA British Security Awards held in London this week.
We’re delighted to be a finalist at this year’s British Security Awards. SelectaDNA has been shortlisted in the Innovative Security Project category.
Openreach, which runs the UK’s digital network, has chosen a new way to protect tens of thousands of assets being used by its field engineers.
Security contractor Venture Security Management is using SelectaDNA Defence Spray to deter and prevent personal attacks on staff and criminal behaviour towards them.
The Environment Agency has visited waste sites in Scunthorpe and Essex to mark baled waste with SelectaDNA Trace to prevent it being moved on illegally to somewhere it shouldn’t go.
Strange markings have been appearing on pavements around Sutton Coldfield as police attempt to counter a rise in burglaries in the town.
Equipment and instrumentation from a Cold War nuclear bunker which aimed to detect a deadly attack and warn the public has been security marked with SelectaDNA to protect it for posterity.
Nuisance bikers can expect a personalised card from Durham Police this Easter, warning repeat offenders they risk serious consequences should they illegally ride again.
Essex Police have been using SelectaDNA tagging spray as part of their highly successful operation against dangerous moped and motorbike riders.
SelectaDNA has become one of the main weapons for police officers in the fight against thieves, burglars and moped gangs. MD James Brown talks to Dan Robinson of Compelo about how DNA spray is a “criminal’s worst nightmare.”
Housing group Berneslai Homes in conjunction with Barnsley Council are now working with SelectaDNA to protect their work vans against theft, break-ins and criminal damage.
A nuisance biker has been caught by Durham Constabulary using SelectaDNA's unique DNA tagging spray.
A DNA tagging spray will be used by police in Durham to target illegal off-road bikers. The SelectaDNA spray can be used on offenders who refuse to stop for police.
SelectaDNA Trace is being used as part of an ongoing initiative to mark high value rail cable and tools on a stretch of the new Crossrail line.
Historic England have commissioned MSDS Marine to develop two products for forensically marking protected wreck sites.
SelectaDNA is being used to protect a busy convenience store after it became a target for low-level crime
Robbers and burglars targeting retailers and businesses in areas of Greater Manchester will be showered with an incriminating DNA spray which could put them behind bars.
Arming Northumbia Police with the new DNA tagging spray has seen the number of nuisance motorbike rider incidents plummet in Sunderland and South Tyneside.
North Yorkshire Police is the latest force to use SelectaDNA tagging spray to target those who ride mopeds and off-road motorcycles in an illegal or anti-social manner.
We are delighted that we have made the shortlist for 2 OSPAs for our work in reducing moped crime with SelectaDNA Tagging & Defence Sprays.
The latest offender to fall foul of the Metropolitan Police’s new tactic against moped gangs is Mohammad Khaleghi, who was sprayed with DNA tagging spray as he rode his moped dangerously in London.
Lichfield BID in Staffordshire, is taking innovative measures to protect its jewellery store members by being the first BID to use a new DNA offender marking spray to deter robberies and smash & grab raids committed by travelling criminal groups.
Intensive proactive policing and engagement by the Metropolitan Police, together with the deployment of a range of tactics including a DNA tagging spray, has resulted in a reduction of 44% in moped crime across London.
A new security measure is being introduced at Liverpool Football Club that will protect fans and visitors and keep trouble-makers away on match days and all year round.
There will be a zero tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour from Edinburgh Police who are set to use a variety of tactics including DNA tagging spray to tackle any trouble in the city on Bonfire Night.
Two men who were sprayed with SelectaDNA Tagging Spray after committing phone snatches on a moped and engaging police in a high-speed pursuit across London have each been sentenced to over two years in prison.
Our colleagues down under were proud winners at this year’s Australian OSPAs for Best Security Partnership.
A casino in Ireland is using SelectaDNA Intruder Spray to protect their staff, customers and premises from robbery, theft and burglary.
Moped crime in the London Boroughs of Camden and Islington has fallen by more than 60% compared with this time last year, according to the Metropolitan Police.
A new police initiative aimed at tackling off-road motorbikes and anti-social behaviour has been praised by a victim who has been plagued by the problem for years.
Police Scotland have praised an ongoing partnership approach to tackling motorcycle crime in Edinburgh which has led to a significant reduction of 60% in offences.
An innovative DNA spray which can ‘tag’ offenders and link them to unsolved crimes is being trialled by Northumbria Police. Officers in Sunderland and South Tyneside are carrying canisters containing SelectaDNA tagging spray as part of a crackdown on
Trainer and sports fashion retailer JD Sports is set to use the latest SelectaDNA Defence Spray Elite to deter thieves and protect against steaming and shoplifting.
Two males, who were sprayed with a DNA tagging spray by Met Police during a lengthy moped pursuit through east and south London, have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to rob.
A report from Denmark’s Ministry of Justice officially confirms that SelectaDNA forensic property marking reduces the risk of burglaries by at least 25% when proper deterrent signage is displayed.
Officers and local neighbourhood teams from Surrey Police are continuing to distribute SelectaDNA kits to households in hotspot areas as part of Operation Spearhead.
Burglary offences are decreasing across Merseyside following the launch of Operation Castle earlier this year.
Our Police Liaison Officer recently appeared live on BBC1’s Crimewatch Roadshow to demonstrate the SelectaDNA ‘tagging’ spray and explain to presenter Rav Wilding how increasing numbers of police forces are adopting it across the UK to combat the criminal
The 2018 International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) awards were highly contested, with trophies presented to individuals and companies who achieved excellence in their battle to prevent vehicle crime.
New tactics including the use of a DNA spray to tag offenders have played a major role in the significant reductions in moped-enabled crime in London in the last six months.
Thousands of residents across Birmingham and Solihull are set to benefit from the power of forensic marking as West Midlands Police crackdown on burglary hotspots.
A man who committed a spate of crimes in London on a stolen scooter is the second offender this month (May) to be jailed after being identified by a new DNA Spray, one of the Met’s innovative tactics against moped and scooter-enabled crime.
Police in mid Devon have encouraged builders and those with tools to get their equipment DNA marked after a spate of thefts.
The Kent countryside was the beautiful location chosen to welcome our distributors from 18 countries to the 2018 SelectaDNA International Distributor Conference.
A man who used stolen scooters to steal mobile phones and other valuables has been jailed after he was identified by a new DNA tagging spray being used by the Metropolitan Police to tackle moped and scooter-enabled crime.
We are delighted to be named finalists in the PSI Premier Awards 2018, which recognise innovation and the highest achievers that the security industry has to offer.
A DNA spray used to successfully catch rogue riders is to be deployed 24/7 as part of a major new police drive to stamp out illegal off road biking in Wakefield District, West Yorkshire.
Two teenagers who stole a scooter and later failed to stop for Metropolitan Police officers have been arrested after they were found to have traces of DNA tagging spray on them, linking them to the stolen bike and the related offences.