DNA TRACE & IDENTIFICATION -
If only George Zimmerman had a canister of StranDNA, Trayvon Martin might still be alive today? Maybe this incident will get more law enforcement, prosecutors and even community and neighborhood watch groups to get their hands on this innovative forensic trace technology. StranDNA and other forensic trace marking products come in hand held canisters for use by law enforcement and security professionals. StranDNA have also developed an anti-home invasion product called Chain Reaction DNA™ which is installed at entry points around your home. If the community where Zimmerman lived had been experiencing break-ins, burglary or home invasions, then they could have been easily stopped or substantially reduced this percentage with the deployment of these devices.
There are billions of forensic codes in the StranDNA brand and NO two canisters are ever the same. Had Zimmerman utilized a forensic trace marker that has a unique DNA strand in it, he would have simply deployed a mist so fine that it would be undetectable without the use of a 390 nm UV lamp. Use of the hand held canister or the residential Chain Reaction DNA is non-lethal. You don't even need to be near the target, all you do is toss it near someone or pass by them with it as it sprays. You don't have to challenge anyone, and you won't get punched in the nose! They will never know they are being marked! Once the canister is deployed it will continue to spray, so anything that is near will be marked!
Ultra violet marking has been proven to reduce crime. StranDNA United Kingdom, the innovators of Chain Reaction DNA an Advanced Intruder Deterrent have brought to the United States a new and innovative approach that is having an impact on the growing trend of forced home invasions and increased burglaries, and now another company from the United Kingdom called SmartWater™ is also being proven to reduce crime in where else but........FLORIDA!
Chain Reaction DNA is the ultimate deterrent designed to combat crimes such as Home Invasion, Forced Entry and Aggravated Burglary but at the same time if activated it assists Law Enforcement in the identification of the perpetrators of these crimes using the latest in forensic trace technology, StranDNA want the threat of being forensically linked to a crime scene to deter the offence from being committed in the first instance
Maybe if a community or neighborhood watch finds someone suspicious in the future, they may just want to use StranDNA “Offender I.D”, and then call the police and let them do their part. It won't be hard to find the person of interest and when you look at the huge cost of investigation, prosecution and convictions.....this will save a lot of money for municipalities because it is indisputable and definitive legal proof that the suspect or suspects were involved, or near the person of interest and at least…..they will still be alive.
Got a riot? Toss a can! Police stations are installing UV Suites in their stations and are starting to carry a simple UV flashlight. Police routinely use UV light to detect, identify and return stolen property that has been marked with UV based property marking technology also for the identification of UV based GREASES & GELS for the identification of criminals involved in metal theft. Valuables can be discretely marked with this type of technology and are invisible to the naked eye and is only revealed when illuminated with UV light. Jewelry stores, convenience stores, retail establishments and even automobiles are also deploying disbursement systems so the bad guys better watch out. If you pull a stunt inside of these places your going to find yourself sticking out like a sore thumb.....this is not a joke.
Chain Reaction DNA canisters for law enforcement and other security groups are sold separately. To learn how to get yours contact StranDNA USA
To purchase a home invasion Chain Reaction Forensic Trace Alarm - CLICK HERE
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The Society of Professional Locksmiths offers approved installer training for the Chain Reaction DNA Advanced Intruder Deterrent and can assist the consumer in locating a trusted SOPL member for installation assistance. Contact the SOPL
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Tom Lynch, CRL