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DNA Spray deterrent

The SelectaDNA Spray was launched in 2008, and is one of the most effective ways to deter commercial burglaries and smash-and-grab raids.

Premises protected with SelectaDNA immediately become hard targets as criminals are petrified of DNA technology - they know that DNA links them to crimes they commit. The DNA Spray is used by retail outlets, schools, jewellers, petrol stations, even major International banks, to protect their valuable stock and assets.

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Multiple DNA Spray heads

Multiple SelectaDNA Spray heads can be fitted at the entry points of premises and on activation emit a burst of SelectaDNA solution onto the offenders. The solution contains a UV tracer and a unique DNA code, linking them irrefutably to the crime scene. The DNA Spray can be armed by a panic button and/or linked to an existing intruder alarm system. As the DNA fear-factor amongst criminals is high, it is likely that sprayed intruders will flee the crime scene before stealing any goods.

Traces of the DNA solution can be taken from the skin, hair and clothing of offenders, and sent away for forensic analysis to prove that the offender has broken into a particular premises.

Although invisible and harmless, the UV and DNA will remain on an offender for weeks - clinging to fibres and sitting in creases of the skin. The Police routinely scan for traces of SelectaDNA, and if found, criminals are irrefutably linked to a crime scene thus aiding Police to obtain a conviction.

Warning signs and window stickers are supplied with the system, to alert potential criminals to its use and to dissuade them from targeting those premises.

DNA Spray Sign

Brochures
SelectaDNA Brochure (PDF 1.1MB)
Selecta DNA Spray (PDF 178k)

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