A GROUP of Dutch police officers have recently toured the UK on a fact- finding mission to see how British police have been combating burglary and car crime.
ELDERLY residents from a sheltered housing scheme in Oldham were delighted to see the return of their prized musical instruments which had been stolen following a break-in.
SelectaDNA - the latest in DNA technology has been deployed by leading housing association Pennine Housing 2000 to combat a spate of thefts from empty homes.
PILOTS were recently invited to land their planes at the launch of an innovative aircraft registration scheme at Shoreham Airport.
OLD met new recently at the BBC Antiques Roadshow at Leeds Castle near Kent, as Maidstone police offered the latest in crime prevention techniques to safeguard valuable antiques.
As part of a police-led crime reduction initiative, more than 75 residents living in The Friars area of King's Lynn now have their property forensically protected with SelectaDNA
OVER 50 boats and various items of equipment belonging to members of a boat club near Salcombe, in south Devon, have been marked with SelectaDNA following the introduction of a scheme to deter marine theft.
A NEW operation has been launched in the London Borough of Greenwich, south-east London, to crackdown on the theft of valuable metals from businesses and public buildings in the borough.
WITH 3,000 cars in the UK broken into everyday, the latest in forensic technology is being successfully used by The Metropolitan Police to help tackle theft from motor vehicles.
FOLLOWING a dramatic increase in the theft of horse equipment from stables in the Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin areas, West Mercia Police recently backed an innovative event aimed at raising public awareness of the crime.
A HOUSING estate in Grangetown, Middlesbrough, is being transformed by a regeneration scheme and a new theft deterrent programme using DNA.
THE theft of lead from roofs of public buildings such as churches, schools and council buildings has been a major problem in areas throughout the UK.
SCHOOL premises along with churches, offices and public buildings have been among the main targets for thieves cashing in on a crime trend brought about by scrap metal prices increasing in value several times over.
Selectamark is delighted to announce the appointment of a SELECTADNA distributor in The Netherlands.
SELECTAMARK Security Systems plc is delighted to announce that John Earnshaw has been appointed as Head of Housing.
A picturesque village near Cannock in South Staffordshire has been selected by local police as the perfect location to run a pre-Christmas anti-theft campaign.
SCHOOLS have always been prime targets for thieves thanks to the wide range of audio, video and ICT equipment that lies within their walls. Likely targets for theft include computers and laptops, whiteboards, data projectors, sports equipment and other el
Following a recent high profile visible-marking campaign involving bikes belonging to MPs, Peers and parliamentary workers from the Houses of Parliament at Westminster, a bike that was subsequently stolen has been recovered by police and returned to its r
Selectamark Security Systems plc chose the Chartered Institute of Housing Annual Conference and Exhibition 2007 to introduce their ground-breaking Forensic Coding product SelectaDNA to the UK social housing market.
BIKES belonging to MPs and Peers were visibly marked with a permanent security marking before they set off on this year’s All Party Parliamentary Bike Ride.
IN AN exciting new venture, security firm Selectamark Security Systems plc has shifted up a gear by winning a contract to mark the prestigious collection of vehicles at the world-renowned National Motor Museum, at Beaulieu in Hampshire.
Businesses on the biggest industrial estate in Winsford, Cheshire, are using pioneering DNA technology to tackle theft, making it a ‘no go’ area for criminals.
Residents on a south London housing estate are aiming to reduce theft in the area by using the latest in DNA marking products to mark their property and motor vehicles.
On the run up to Christmas, residents of an exclusive south London roadare aiming to reduce and deter theft in the area by using the latest inDNA marking products to mark their personal property.