SmartWater scheme sees 60% reduction in street drinking

A scheme to trace “super strength” alcohol using SmartWater forensic technology, stopping it reaching street drinkers, is to be extended in Wakefield city centre. Wakefield BID – which is funded by businesses to support and promote the city centre – has pledged its funding to continue into 2019 following this successful pilot in autumn in…

SmartWater used to jail offender in ‘most extensive’ federal investigation into Native American art fraud

Global anti-racketeering campaigners, the Antiquities Coalition, have highlighted the work of the SmartWater Foundation, the not-for-profit arm of international crime-fighting company SmartWater, in their fight against the looting and trafficking of ancient artefacts, used to fund crime, conflict, and terrorism. This follows the jailing of the first ever individual under the Indian Arts and Crafts…

IMPORTANT Health & Safety Announcement

SmartWater has two important Health & Safety and Compliance announcements with regards to the future use of forensic technology products and services.   1. Impending EU wide restriction on use of NMP solvent by forensic taggants companies: EU regulation 2018/588 of 18th April 2018 relating to the forthcoming banning of solutions (including forensic taggants) containing…

SmartWater now protecting Virginia homes

Chesterfield Police say even the most intrepid burglar is no match for their newest crime-fighting tool. The department has launched a pilot program to distribute free packs containing a forensic, traceable liquid known as SmartWater to homeowners in the Bayhill Pointe and Mason Woods subdivisions. When applied to household items such as televisions, laptop computers…