After having their business burnt to the ground in an arson attack in 2011, Whakamaru G.A.S petrol station owner Alex Sutherland is taking all the precautions to make sure that his premises are properly secured from any further incident.
A system which uses "synthetic DNA" to tag personal property has been distributed to 600 homes in a Hamilton suburb to combat burglaries.
Counties Manukau Police, Maori Wardens, Pacific Wardens, the community and victims of crime aim to tackle burglary together and get results.
Forensic property-marking technology is being trialled in Hawke's Bay by Housing New Zealand.
DNA technology should dramatically cut the number of thefts from schools after being rolled out in Kapiti by Police Minister Anne Tolley. SelectaDNA, an invisible liquid with a unique sequence of DNA including 60 chromosomes in every bottle, can be app
The first Detection Dog in the world to be trained to sniff out forensic markings on stolen metal is set to help police officers crack down on metal theft in the UK.
Clever technology is being introduced to schools all over Auckland to reduce burglary on school grounds.
Police hope a new kit that marks property with a unique DNA liquid will deter burglars in McLaren Park.
A banker, a businessman and a policeman walk into a room full of school principals and pitch a novel idea to stop school burglaries.
Petty criminals targeting schools will need to think again about stealing property with the introduction of new DNA forensic labelling. Rodney and Hibiscus Coast schools studying methods to identify stolen equipment with the help of synthetic DNA techn
McDonald's restaurants are fighting back against thieves by blasting suspected robbers with an invisible DNA spray as they attempt to flee. The spray, which remains on the suspect's skin for two weeks and on clothes for up to six months, has been introduc