In a UK first, Hainault Business Park in Redbridge is partnering with the UK’s number one crime-fighting company SmartWater. A partnership through which all members of the park will be issued with a free SmartWater forensic asset marking …
The new pound note entered into circulation on 13 September 2016, is the first note issued in England to be printed on polymer, a thin flexible plastic, and will feature the image of Sir Winston Churchill, with the old paper
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust (EHAAT) has protected its vital life-saving equipment with SmartWater technology.
Middletown Landlord’s Association are the latest adopters of SmartWater CSI’s crime fighting technologies, with numerous landlords accross the region set to protect their properties with the award-winning forensic security products.
The Office of the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner has given £10,000 of Proceeds of Crime Act funding to a new driving simulator to boost road safety.
SmartWater® forensic traceable liquid technology used to mark items of value and is almost impossible to remove, has helped prevent burglaries across Pinner.
Burglaries have fallen dramatically in two Shropshire communities following the introduction of a crime prevention scheme.
Police in Exeter are launching a crime fighting operation to tackle allotments thieves across the city.
WHEN it comes to keeping safe, one village is so smart there must be something in the water.
Littleworth near Faringdon is set to become the first village in the county to be entirely protected by Smartwater.
Provider of offshore investigation solutions, Calecore, has announced that it is deploying SmartWater in order to suppress thefts of specialist tools and plant equipment