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.
As cargo thieves continue to adopt increasingly professional and sophisticated tactics, SelectaDNA has developed a new portable, battery-powered Intruder Spray system which is quick to deploy, easy to arm and disarm, and links criminals to their crime sce
We are so confident that using our Home Kit will make your home more secure and less attractive to thieves that we are offering an incredible 100% money back guarantee.
Police Scotland has launched a project aimed at targeting offenders involved in motorcycle activity, anti-social behaviour and criminality through the use of SelectaDNA’s tagging spray.
As Surrey Police begin their roll out of thousands of forensic marking kits for residents to use to reduce burglaries they have a clear message for anyone thinking of committing burglaries in Surrey – DON’T!
A dangerous scooter rider who was convicted through the first use of a DNA ‘tagging’ spray in West Yorkshire has been jailed after committing another road related crime.
Holland and Clacton Community First Responders in Essex recently marked vital kit including public access defibrillators with SelectaDNA so that they are protected from theft.
Nine sites across the UK belonging to a luxury watch retailer are to be protected from burglary and smash and grab raids by SelectaDNA Spray.
Neighbourhood Policing Teams in Wales have been busy visiting farms in Crymych and Cardigan to deliver SelectaDNA kits to farmers who are members of the Farm Watch scheme.
A large allotment site in Bradford is digging deep to protect its plots against theft and criminal damage following the launch of a crime prevention initiative using forensic marking.
There have been no incidents of external metal theft reported in a year to a leading church insurer for clients using SelectaDNA.
A unique DNA spray is being trialled by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) to ‘tag’ criminals who officers can’t immediately catch.
A massive forensic marking operation to protect 30,000 homes from burglary is being launched by Surrey Police and will be rolled out over the next 12 months.
Trained officers from the Environment Agency continue to mark waste bales as part of their ongoing Waste Crime Prevention strategy.
The plant hire division of construction group J Coffey is set to use SelectaDNA forensic marking to prevent theft of valuable site equipment.
With National Farmers' Union (NFU) reporting that Land Rover Defender theft has increased by 17%, another level of security is needed to protect Defenders from being stolen.
After big name retailers Auchan, Systeme U and Orange Telecom all used SelectaDNA technology to protect their stores from burglary, telecoms company SFR is the latest French firm to adopt the system, which is being rolled out across selected branches.
SelectaDNA Intruder Spray is being rolled out across parts of Greater Manchester as part of an operation to protect local businesses.
We are delighted to be named as a finalist in the 2018 UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) in the Outstanding Security Partnership category for our work with Merseyside Police to tackle moped crime.
West Midlands Police is using SelectaDNA 'tagging' spray when attempting to catch anti-social bikers, as the spray can be aimed effectively at offenders from a distance. They are also using the spray to support prosecutions.
Danish police have recovered a haul of stolen tools that were taken during burglaries from vans.
SelectaDNA is featured in a police campaign delivered to tradespeople and builders in Rodney, New Zealand.