ANZ, the official bank of the 2011 Rugby World Cup, took pride of place on Auckland’s Queens Wharf as the city proudly welcomed locals and international visitors to the country’s largest fan zone.
Tauranga South Community Constable Leanne Fairbairn helps the students of Greenpark Primary School mark their IT equipment with SelectaDNA after the launch of the Bay of Plenty Safer Schools Programme.
Summerland School Principal Luke Sumich hopes that the use of SelectaDNA on his school property such as the new iPads will decrease the frequency of burglary.
Burglars are being warned to stay away from one quiet street where proactive residents have teamed up to tackle crime head-on.
The largest schools project to date under the Operation SNAP banner launched today with the introduction of SelectaDNA Forensic Property Marking Kits into 275 schools across the Waikato Plolicing District.
Schools across Manurewa in Counties Manukau today stand up to would be thieves by using SelectaDNA Property Marking Kits to mark property throughout their schools. The initiative coordinated by Police and funded by the Manukau City Council will see all 3
Hands Off! SelectaDNA Director David Morrissey, Manukau City Mayor Len Brown, SelectaDNA Director Graham Zuill and Inspector Jason Hewett from the New Zealand Police champion the success of the Randwick Park Trial. Burglaries in the Manurewa suburb of
Waikato's police chief knew more than a decade ago there was a way to combat the burglary and drug trades. This week he unveiled the technology and framework to help make it happen.
Customers in New Zealand who purchase a SelectaDNA property marking kit alongside their BNZ home insurance policy will no longer need to pay a standard excess if they make a burglary claim.
Across the UK, SelectaDNA is being used to reduce the rate of burglary and theft in commercial and residential areas.
Rotterdam McDonalds Staff are pleased to have SelectaDNA installed in their store.
The DNA-coded security spray is invisible under normal light, but exposure to ultraviolet light quickly reveals the guilty party. Police will no longer have trouble identifying a bank robber - he'll be the one in blue.
A new marking device that invisibly codes property could see burglars caught blue-handed.
The Inverness Crime Prevention Panel (ICPP) is working in partnership with the Northern Constabulary and has launched SelectaDNA at Crown Primary School with the aim of protecting expensive school equipment such as laptops, PC’s and whiteboards from theft
THE Mayor of Castle Point in Essex made sure his chains of office were secure today by having them forensically marked to show the importance of protecting valuable items.
BURGLARY has been one of the key drivers of crime levels in East Dulwich in the London borough of Southwark. But following a new scheme launched in October 2008 using SelectaDNA forensic property marking kits, there were ZERO residential burglaries rep