Artefacts from historic and archaeologically important underwater sites are being forensically marked with SelectaDNA as part of a ‘world-first’ project to give them greater protection and make them traceable.
Three recently launched a new partnership with SelectaDNA, to proactively deter and prevent criminal behaviour in their stores including ‘steaming’ incidents.
More than £200,000 worth of agricultural machinery, tools and equipment has already been marked with a forensic code as part of Northumbria’s ongoing fight against rural crime.
A farm property marking scheme has proved so successful at reducing rural crime in areas of Scotland that leading rural insurer NFU Mutual is providing additional funding to assist rolling out the initiative in other parts of Scotland.
Selectamark Security Systems is delighted to announce that it has won the prestigious SME of the Year 2023 award at the British Security Awards.
Selectamark Security Systems PLC is delighted to announce that it has won a prestigious award at The Security Institute’s Annual Awards gala dinner (18th April).
Farmers say they are winning the battle against agricultural machinery and equipment theft by marking it with a unique DNA coding system.
The National Business Crime Centre (NBCC) has partnered with Williams Trade Plumbing Supplies to hold a series of tool marking events to tackle the theft of power tools and other high value items from commercial vehicles.
The deployment of SelectaDNA Container Sprays and Van Sprays has been a huge success for OpenReach, who run the UK’s digital network.