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.