DNAnet®

What We Do

Intruder Tagging

DNAnet® intruder tagging systems help to expand and strengthen any security effort by providing a means of directly linking criminals to crimes. In the event of a crime, the fleeing offender is sprayed with an indelible DNA-marked fluorescing dye. As the crime is investigated, the fluorescing DNA mark can assist police in linking the offender and stolen items to a specific crime scene, creating a greater ability to identify and convict.

   

    

Easy to Install - can run as a standalone system or can be easily integrated into an existing security system.

Quick Trace in the Field - the DNAnet mark emits a Bright Yellow UV Signal making it easy to identify on the spot. Once the signal has been detected, the evidence is sent to Applied DNA Sciences for forensic evaluation.

The Power to Convict - laboratory analysis of the forensic DNAnet marker is summarized and presented in an Expert Witness Report.

Deterrence - With forensic DNA at its core, DNAnet is a very effective crime deterrent. Compelling warning decals posted at point of use place criminals on alert.

Application - While any commercial/retail establishment could benefit from the addition of a DNAnet system, ideal areas of use include: banks, ATMs, pharmacies, jewelry stores, convenience stores, pawn brokers and gun shops. 

Applied DNA Sciences solutions provide definitive, forensic proof of authentication. To find out how you can benefit from using DNA in your security effort, click here.

 

      

           

 

            

 

Tactical Markers

Link criminals to crimes with DNAnet, a tactical forensic system providing unique DNA codes for covert operations that require absolute proof of authentication. DNAnet products contain a fluorescing marker that glows bright yellow under UV light, plus a unique botanical DNA code that links criminals to the crime scene.
  • Easy to Use - DNAnet tactical markers are suitable for range of surfaces including as paper, metals, wood, laminates, glass, UPVC, plastics, masonry and cabling. We offer products for virtually every application.
  • Quick Trace in the Field - the DNAnet mark emits a bright yellow UV signal making it easy to identify on the spot. Once the signal has been detected, the evidence is swabbed and sent to Applied DNA Sciences for forensic evaluation.
  • Power to Convict - laboratory analysis of the forensic DNAnet marker is summarized in an Expert Witness Report.

For special operations, we can also create unique DNA codes to mark security inks, thermal transfer ribbon, laser toner, adhesives, and other carriers that can be used to print time-date sensitive or confidential documents.

Using DNA as a forensic foundation, Applied DNA Sciences assembles unique security solutions that address the challenges of brand protection, supply chain security, item provenance and criminal theft. DNAnet forensic tagging systems help to directly link criminals to crimes, creating a better opportunity to identify and convict.

  

DNAnet Transferable Tactical Markers

Marks criminals and evidence with a unique DNA mark that can be transfered from one item to another, and can link the criminal to the crime scene. Ideal for marking building entry points that intruders could touch, as well as internal sting operations and drug busts.

Designed to provide forensic protection that is contact transferable once applied on the marked object. Does not dry, but leaves a lubricant film. Typically lasts through 10 transfer incidents.

• DNAnet Transferable Grease 621
• DNAnet Transferable Spray 702S

 

DNAnet Permanent Tactical Markers

Marks criminals and evidence with a unique DNA mark that cannot be removed, and can link the criminal to the crime scene. Ideal for inventory marking and protection for high value property.

Designed to provide forensic protection that is not transferable once dried on the marked object.

• DNAnet Permanent Liquid 527L
• DNAnet Permanent Spray 527S

 

 

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