The new SelectaDNA Personal Defence Hand-Held Spray complements our Defence and Tagging Spray portfolio.
Young farmers in Cumbria are to be offered the opportunity to play a key role in helping to keep farming and rural communities safe.
Selectamark has been presented with a commemorative award to celebrate 25 years of membership of the BSIA, the trade association for the professional security industry in the UK.
Danish tool supplier Carl Ras has teamed up with Unisecure, SelectaDNA’s distributor in Denmark, to help prevent burglary and theft of tools in the construction industry.
A Honda dealership in Dundee has teamed up with police to crack down on catalytic converter thefts.
High street jewellers and luxury brands are fighting back against rising crime by installing a hi-tech security system that douses fleeing robbers with an invisible, synthetic DNA solution.
The partnership between Openreach and Selectamark has been so successful that it has been selected as a finalist in the National Partnership category at this year’s prestigious British Security Awards.
Toyota cars are the most frequently chosen brand by customers in Poland with every fifth car registered in Poland in January 2022 being a Toyota.
SelectaDNA spray was deployed on a bike in Birmingham city centre recently as traffic officers were sent out to deal with off-road bikes in Birmingham who were causing a nuisance and threatening to disrupt an organised charity bike ride in the city.
A total of £45,000 of additional funding has been secured to increase safety of women and girls at busy night-time economy hotspots in particular.
Dyfed Powys Police Rural Crime Team (RCT) have been busy supporting the local farming community by carrying out forensic marking on farm equipment including quads, bikes and power tools.
Initial results from a government-funded scheme to reduce crime in Hailsham, Sussex, are ‘encouraging’, says a Conservative councillor who represents the town.
A reduction in neighbourhood crime and proactive work undertaken by Cheshire Constabulary to help make residents and visitors to the county feel safe has been commended by Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, John Dwyer (pictured) during a Public S
A community group in North Lanarkshire has undertaken a new crime prevention project that involves property marking their tools and equipment with SelectaDNA.
Dorset Police recently took part in a national week of action against catalytic converter theft by taking steps to raise awareness of the crime, encouraging the use of SelectaDNA forensic marking to identify Cats, and cracking down on offenders.
Neighbourhood Police in South Belfast have launched a new anti-burglary initiative to help residents make their homes more secure and protect their property.
Specially trained sniffer dogs are now being used to track down metal thieves who cause major delays to passengers and freight on Network Rail routes.
Insurance company National Farmers Union (NFU) Mutual and Lanarkshire Police have joined forces to help landowners protect their property.
SelectaDNA are able to supply a number of solutions to tackle the growing issue of domestic violence/abuse.
Lockdown movement restrictions, police rural crime teams, and increased farm security helped to curb crime over the pandemic, with most parts of the UK seeing an overall decrease in cost.
Wolverhampton Police is recommending the use of SelectaDNA to mark tools, especially those left in vans by tradespeople.
An event facilitated by the Police Crime Prevention Academy has seen officers and staff from Norfolk Constabulary adding to their crime prevention capabilities to support Norfolk’s rural and farming communities.
Forensic property marking kits are being handed out to households in Bearsden, Glasgow, to tackle break-ins as part of Operation Delphinus.
A well-known department store in Paris is using SelectaDNA Intruder Spray to protect against shop-lifting and robbery.
SelectaDNA and Ring have teamed up to tackle the problem of van and tool theft in the UK.
Nuisance motorbikes are a concern amongst the residents of North East Lincolnshire, and Humberside Police say that those involved in this type of activity are often involved in other criminal and anti-social behaviour.
Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) across England & Wales have welcomed the news that the government will make a further £20million available to them through the Safer Streets Fund to tackle crime and prevent acquisitive crime.
Shop workers reported a shocking rise in violence and verbal abuse directed at them during the pandemic. However, some of these attacks could have been prevented by using products already in use by the Police called SelectaDNA Tagging Sprays.
After a series of thefts from garden sheds in the area, Humberside Police were out in Humberston recently promoting crime reduction strategies to local residents.
South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael, was successful in securing over £513,410 from the Safer Streets Fund and the money is being used to launch a crime prevention initiative in Merthyr Tydfil called Project Penderyn.
While we would have much rather seen our distributors in person, we held a Virtual Distributor Conference in April this year instead.
This year so far, March 2021, the total theft of catalytic converters throughout the UK is already approaching last year’s total of 15,000, which itself was a 33% increase on that of 2019.
SelectaDNA was recently featured in an excellent item on the BBC1’s Frontline Fightback series which explores how smart technology and specialist tactics are being used to bring offenders to justice.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent has received over £111,000 from the Home Office’s Safer Streets Fund to help prevent crime in Gillingham.
New security measures have been put in place in Warrington as part of the Safer Streets scheme to tackle burglary and acquisitive crime in the Cheshire area.
Haglöfs, a leading outdoor equipment retailer in Gothenburg, Sweden, has marked some of its more valuable items in store to prevent and deter theft.
Residents from two disadvantaged areas in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, are receiving crime prevention kits that will aim to deter offenders and make both communities safer.
Thirty-five Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) have received funding from a £25 million scheme to crack down on burglary and theft in crime hotspots.
Following a rise in copper cable theft on commuter rail lines, LA Metro, in Los Angeles, California, has invested in two SelectaDNA products for existing lines.
A million pound makeover for some of Cleveland’s hardest hit communities is underway, overseen by the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.
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Pupils from primary schools in Merthyr Tydfil were challenged to design imaginative street signs to raise awareness of a new police crime prevention initiative from South Wales Police.
We are delighted to have been named finalists in the Outstanding Security Partnership category at this year’s OSPAs for not one, but TWO successful crime reduction campaigns.
As museums across the world prepare to welcome visitors back after closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it certainly won’t be business as usual.
Secure Asset Register, powered by SelectaDNA, has been approved for the G-Cloud 12 Digital Marketplace, a government framework,
Police in Scunthorpe town centre are getting tough on shoplifters by introducing a DNA marking system that can track stolen items.
We are delighted to announce that James Brown, MD of Selectamark Security Systems plc, has been revealed as a Global Influencer in Commercial Security.
Don't overlook security as more people return to work, says James Brown, MD of Selectamark Security Systems, a Secured by Design member company.
Sussex Police has introduced a dedicated team of rural crime Police and Community Support Officers to help farmers mark their equipment, machinery and tools with SelectaDNA.
Scrap yards in Greater Manchester were visited by Network Rail, the British Transport Police and a four-legged ‘detective’ to ensure dealers are not trading stolen metal.