OLD met new as the BBC Antiques Roadshow filmed an episode at the historic Royal William Yard in Plymouth, while Devon & Cornwall Police offered the latest SelectaDNA products to visitors to safeguard family heirlooms.
ORNATE furnishings such as lamps, statues and antiques at the luxury five-star Shangri-La hotel in Paris are being marked with SelectaDNA.
AN ancient wall in Kent is being protected by SelectaDNA ahead of plans to rebuild it by the local parish council.
A NEW Angling Kit has been launched to protect fishing tackle from theft.
VALUABLE equipment in all council maintained schools, and a number of other council owned buildings across Barnsley, South Yorkshire, will be protected from theft thanks to SelectaDNA – a forensic marking product.
A SANDWICH restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee, is the first US business to implement the SelectaDNA Intruder Spray System, a security device that sprays robbers with synthetic DNA.
THEFT of batteries from Flow telecom sites in Jamaica has been reduced to zero following the introduction of a scheme using SelectaDNA and tracking software to protect equipment belonging to the company.
LEADING international insurance companies have been signing up to promote the use of SelectaDNA Home Kits to their customers.
FOOD giant McDonalds has chosen SelectaDNA Spray as part of their strategy to secure their restaurants and employees in Denmark against robbery.
A COURT in the Netherlands has convicted a Lithuanian man to 12 months in prison and a hefty fine thanks to SelectaDNA Gel.
MORE than 100 homes on a new-build estate in Stafford have received added protection from local police who are now deploying SelectaDNA in the area.
A MAN was arrested after he was found in possession of nearly £5,000 pounds worth of stolen camera equipment that had been marked with SelectaDNA.
COPPER cable belonging to Italy’s largest power company is being marked to protect it from metal theft.
LOCAL businesses are supporting the SelectaDNA forensic marking initiative launched by Cheshire Police, to make it more difficult for criminals to sell on stolen property.
AN exclusive watch retailer has become the first store in Norway to be fitted with SelectaDNA Spray to deter smash and grab raiders.
BOILER theft has been reduced to zero and phenomenal savings have been achieved following the huge success of a scheme to mark boilers belonging to Swansea Council.
MERSEYSIDE Police released the first set of crime reduction statistics after the launch of Operation Aquila in June 2014, which is using SelectaDNA in targeted crime hotspot areas.
More than 400 suspects in Cheshire have been screened in custody for traces of SelectaDNA as part of Operation Shield.
Our DNA detection dog Jazz is working alongside officers from Cheshire Police as part of Operation Shield, a forensic property marking initiative using SelectaDNA.
Burglars thinking of targeting homes in Tooting, in the London Borough of Wandsworth, have been thwarted thanks to a successful anti-theft scheme using SelectaDNA.
A MAJOR anti-burglary operation using SelectaDNA traceable liquid has been launched by Cheshire Police to protect property and businesses across the county.
Historic churches in Blackburn, Lancashire, are being protected from metal and stone theft thanks to a new scheme being funded by the local council and police.
Knoxville, Tennessee, is serving as the first test market in the United States for SelectaDNA, after the product has helped reduce thefts and burglaries in more than 30 countries.
Police in Cumbria have distributed Selecta DNA forensic marking kits to residents in Workington as part of a community safety initiative.
Emergency kit stored on fire engines belonging to the Midlands Volunteer Fire Service has been marked with SelectaDNA after a series of costly thefts.
POLICE in Burnham-on-Sea and Highbridge are tackling crime in the two Somerset towns with the use of SelectaDNA to deter residential burglary.
After extensive testing of the SelectaDNA Classic Car Kit for suitability and ease of application, the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) has endorsed the product as its first vehicle security device.
Crime reduction schemes involving SelectaDNA traceable liquids are successfully deterring burglary from targeted properties in major London Boroughs.
Our traceable liquid and DNA-based forensic marker SelectaDNA has been awarded the highest possible independent certification for the durability of its forensic codes.
After her involvement in the Met Police’s successful Operation Ferrous targeting metal theft, our DNA dog Jazz has been busy working with her trainer Mick Swindells on various assignments.
Classroom equipment belonging to a large primary school in Birmingham has been marked with SelectaDNA to keep better track of valuable items and deter theft.
A new Farmwatch scheme has been launched to combat rural crime across four counties.
Selectamark is working with hundreds of Neighbourhood Watch groups across the UK to issue crime prevention advice and encourage residents to keep a watchful eye in their neighbourhoods to deter and report any suspicious activity.
There have been no reported thefts of portable medical items at seven London hospitals over a three year period following the introduction of a scheme using SelectaDNA traceable liquids.
A LEADING energy installation company has successfully protected its plant equipment from theft at construction sites across the UK by using the latest covert traceable liquid technology.
AN armed man who robbed a bank in Wellington, New Zealand, has been identified due to traces of SelectaDNA Spray on his person.
The traceable liquid and DNA-based forensic marker SelectaDNA has been awarded the highest possible independent certification for the durability of its forensic codes.
Following the success of crime reduction initiatives across the county using SelectaDNA traceable liquids, West Midlands Police are today highlighting the product’s use to help businesses cut crime together with Dudley’s Community Safety Partnership ‘Safe
A New crime reduction scheme involving traceable liquids is successfully deterring burglary from targeted properties in the London Borough of Wandsworth.
Burglary has been an increasing focus for police in the London Borough of Redbridge, following a successful council-funded initiative to support previous victims of the crime and their neighbours with SelectaDNA's traceable liquid marking kits.
SelectaDNA distributors from around the world gathered in the wonderful setting of Butchers’ Hall in the City of London for the second biennial SelectaDNA Distributors Conference.
Criminals on Merseyside have been warned that their cards are marked as police launch their latest burglary-busting tools against acquisitive crime.
Selectamark's specially trained DNA detection dog was deployed to sniff for stolen metal as part of a Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) campaign co-ordinated with police forces across the UK to target national and international metal thieves.
Void and vulnerable properties in the north-east of England are being guarded against metal theft via a strategic partnership between SelectaDNA and our forensic marking deployment partner DNA Protec.
THE Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago (Petrotrin) is launching a new forensic crime reduction initiative to reduce and deter metal theft from its premises. The new scheme, a first for Trinidad and Tobago, is using SelectaDNA Trace to guard again
The Swedish Transport Administration has placed an order to supply SelectaDNA Trace to mark cable and metal along the nine kilometre Harbour Railroad (Hamnbanan) in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The two main supermarket groups in Denmark are to use SelectaDNA Spray to deter robbers from targeting their many stores across the country
A MAJOR Swedish homeware and electrical retailer is to stock SelectaDNA property marking kits in order to offer their customers 'a modern crime-fighting method'.
THE first retail outlet to stock SelectaDNA in France has opened in Brittany.
Following the success of a trial using traceable liquids to cut burglary from five London Boroughs, London Mayor Boris Johnson has challenged police and local authorities to make wider use of the technology in all areas at high risk of crime.