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…

US Multi-agency operation uses SmartWater to catch Tulare thieves

Two alleged thieves were busted in a multi-agency investigation using SmartWater technologies in Tulare County, CA. The investigation started when a Tulare-area business owner called deputies after a string of thefts at a metal shop. Tulare County District Attorney’s investigators decided to use bait equipment on the property and, with some help from detectives with the…

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MetTrace Success Continues

Operation MetTrace has continued to see burglary plummet in areas where SmartWater has been deployed in London, in the world’s largest ever traceable liquid rollout. Since MetTrace began in April 2015 over 300,000 homes have been protected by SmartWater and 97.5% of those have not been targeted since. This has resulted in a 25% reduction…

Sheriff to protect Tennessee farms with SmartWater

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office in Tennessee has just announced plans to employ SmartWater CSI technology to combat local crime. The Sheriff’s Office is calling it “Farm Watch” and they’re using it (at least initially) to fight and deter agricultural crime. “We are excited about the launch of Farm Watch in Robertson County with the SmartWater…

Shropshire High Sheriff recommends use of SmartWater

Following a recent visit to the SmartWater offices and laboratory, Shropshire High Sheriff’s has recommended that “everyone” use SmartWater to reduce their risk of crime. This comes following the recently announced largest ever deployment of SmartWater traceable liquids in the West Mercia area, see here. After the visit, the Sheriff had the following say “It is…

Thames Valley Crime Gang Jailed

An organised crime gang who raided pubs and supermarkets across the Thames Valley region have been jailed thanks, in part, to SmartWater evidence. The trio targeted cigarette kiosks and fruit machines during a crime spree in Maidenhead, Windsor, High Wycombe, Bracknell and Marlow between October 2016 and April 2017. They broke into supermarkets, a building…