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School burglaries fall by 47% with SelectaDNA

24 Sep 2007

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

BikeRegister puts the brakes on bike theft

17 Sep 2007

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

SelectaDNA is a big hit for Social Housing

18 Jun 2007

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.

MPs Take Secure Route On All Party Bike Ride

14 Jun 2007

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.

Selectamark Moves Into The Driving Seat

1 May 2007

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.

Winsford Industrial Estate creates 'No Go' area for thieves

13 Dec 2006

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.

Dockyard residents stamp out theft

13 Nov 2006

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.

Eltham 'Hot' properties aim to beat festive thieves

13 Nov 2006

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.