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Smartwater deters criminals from stealing your property because they know they can be caught and convicted.

Smartwater is used by 95% of UK police forces to deter criminals. Evidence, based on police statistics, shows that criminals fear Smartwater. In fact, the use of SmartWater has led to reductions in burglary of up to 84% in some areas.

For more information, email kieranmadden@smartwater.com, visit the Smartwater website, phone
0870 2428899 or write to SmartWater Technology Limited, PO Box 136, Telford, TF3 3WY.

How does Smartwater work?

Smartwater is a clear liquid solution that carries a unique forensic code, and is even stronger and more accurate than DNA. Simply apply Smartwater to the nooks and crannies of your belongings, and it is virtually impossible to remove completely. Clearly display warning labels in your windows, so that criminals know your property is protected.

Smartwater works because criminals won't touch property that has been 'Smartwatered'. The solution glows yellow under ultra violet, with only a tiny speck needed to identify your unique code. This means that property can instantly be identified as stolen, so thieves won't touch it.

The forensic composition of SmartWater means that criminals can be directly linked to a crime, even long after it has occurred. Over 400 criminals have been caught and convicted so far nationally, and Smartwater has a 100% conviction rate.

Keeping you safe on the National Security register

Your unique Smartwater identification number is maintained on a National security register. This database is certified to ISO 27001 and maintains the highest levels of data security. ISO 27001 is applied by organisations such as MI5 and GCHQ.

Not only is Smartwater an official police accredited organisation, it is also a member of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA). SmartWater has also received the Prince of Wales Award for innovation in 1996, and has been awarded Millenium Product status by the UK government.

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