SmartWater now protecting Virginia homes

Chesterfield Police say even the most intrepid burglar is no match for their newest crime-fighting tool. The department has launched a pilot program to distribute free packs containing a forensic, traceable liquid known as SmartWater to homeowners in the Bayhill Pointe and Mason Woods subdivisions. When applied to household items such as televisions, laptop computers…

Police use SmartWater to catch nursing home thief

A woman who stole from elderly people in a nursing home was caught after police used SmartWater forensic technology in a covert ‘sting’ operation. Last month, police officers launched an investigation after concerns were raised money was being stolen from residents in a nursing home in Warwick. In a bid to catch the thief, Warwickshire…

SmartWater helps to tackle domestic abuse

In a countrywide first, cutting edge SmartWater technology is helping West Mercia Police tackle domestic abuse in Shropshire, as a pilot scheme is hailed a success. The scheme has seen SmartWater forensic traceable liquids used at the homes of victims of domestic abuse. The SmartWater product in question can transfer onto anything it comes into…

First SmartWater Village in Hertfordshire launches

Thieves will think twice about targeting the Kingswood Estate in Watford, as the community will become the first “Smartwater village” in Hertfordshire. The scheme will see all 600 members of the Kingswood Residents Association’s (KRA) given a SmartWater Home Security pack and deterrent signs will be placed all over the estate. Smartwater is a traceable…

Danish homes to be protected with SmartWater

In a pilot project, Herlev Municipality and the Copenhagen West Bank Police have begun to rollout SmartWater traceable liquids to 850 homes across the Herlev region, with expectation it will make the area safer and secure. As a result, any thieves entering Herlev will now be confronted by SmartWater deterrent signage, warning them that homes…