School Break-Ins Reduced By More Than 70%

May 24, 2017

 

Break-ins at over 60 schools in Wolverhampton have plummeted by more than 70% following the use of DNA forensic marking kits to protect valuable ICT equipment from theft.

 

Wolverhampton City Council eServices team funded the use of SelectaDNA forensic marking kits to schools to which they supply ICT equipment including Merridale Primary School and Stow Heath Primary School.

 

SelectaDNA is a substance which can invisibly mark valuable items such as laptops, iPads and iPhones without affecting their value. It contains a unique code that when scanned relates to a corresponding record on a secure database.

 

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