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Nottingham City saves £18m a year

In 2004/5 nationally released crime statistics revealed that residents of Nottingham City were more likely to be a victim of burglary than in any other part of the United Kingdom. In 2006, the Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership developed an initiative entitled the 'Weeks of Action' programme,which included the strategic marking of 1,000 homes with SmartWater every eight weeks in identified 'hotspots' across the city.

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (359)/Comments (0)/
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Lambeth Risk and Insurance achieves zero claims

At the end of November 2013, Lambeth's Risk and Insurance Team partnered with SmartWater, and the 50 council buildings considered to be at the greatest risk were issued with SmartWater traceable liquids to mark their metal infrastructure.

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (357)/Comments (0)/
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Harbour thefts significantly reduced

Launched in 2013, the Hamble River Harbour Authority made approximately 4,000 SmartWater traceable liquid packs available to boat owners. 

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (387)/Comments (0)/
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Over 250 CVIT convictions aided by SmartWater forensic evidence

Prior to 2007, robberies of cash and valuables in transit (CVIT) vehicles that supply retailers, banks and other financial services were on the rise. Adding SmartWater traceable liquids into CVIT cashbox systems changed the environment in which thieves operated.

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (373)/Comments (0)/
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Borough of Brent reduces burglary by 85%

In 2013, SmartWater packs were issued to homes in the London Borough of Brent as part of a Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) trial into the effectiveness of traceable liquid products. 

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (376)/Comments (0)/
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