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A single particle of DNA+ is all you need to provide irrefutable forensic analysis

Each vile of DNA+ contains a unique forensic code that is registered to an individual or organisation. DNA+ is simple to apply and provides irrefutable evidence of ownership of stolen or lost items.

 

On average, it takes less than 15 minutes to protect valuables, which will help give peace of mind for a lifetime. Even if other security precautions are already in place, forensic coding works as a powerful deterrent and is a major advancement from traditional property marking.

 

Police routinely scan lost or stolen items to detect DNA+ forensic coding. Whilst forensic coding is first and foremost a deterrent, it does increase the chances of recovering your possessions.

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Microparticle technology was originally developed in World War II for espionage purposes. The original process used sophisticated optical and micro printing techniques. This was a time consuming, expensive and highly skilled process.

DNA+ uses similar optical techniques, however the micro-printing is now done by a precision laser. The Police like microparticles  because they can read them without the need for specialist equipment. Every bottle has a unique code which is printed on thousands of microparticles. There is also a website address enabling law enforcement to quickly establish who is registered to that specific DNA+ bottle.

DNA evidence was introduced into the UK courts as being “irrefutable”. It changed the face of aggravated crime as it increased the fear of being caught.

Man made DNA was created by the police and scientists. This was born out of the frustration of not having “irrefutable evidence” on stolen items.

Forensic coding is a proven deterrent that reduces theft and increase the chances of having lost or stolen possessions returned. It is a simple process for the police as they only require an ultra violet light and a magnifier to identify.

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