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Posted on: April 6, 2016

MIRAMAR POLICE OFFER FREE SMARTWATER CSI KITS TO RESIDENTS

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The Miramar Police Department is offering residents free SmartWater CSI kits. Known for reducing theft in local communities, SmartWater CSI provides a forensic coding technology in which residents or business owners mark their valuables with a clear, non-hazardous liquid. The liquid is invisible to the human eye, except under ultraviolet black light. Law enforcement officials can then take the smallest micro-fragment of SmartWater from stolen property and send it to their forensic laboratories, where it can be scientifically analyzed to identify the owner. In March 2014, Miramar Police partnered with Broward County Crime Stoppers to receive 150 home-coding tracer kits for a pilot program. These kits were given to residents of a target community, at no cost. The patented forensic marking technology attributed to a 22% decrease in residential burglaries from March through December 2014. Miramar residents, city-wide, can now benefit from this new tool to combat property crimes. The department has purchased an additional 900 SmartWater kits, using State Law Enforcement Trust Funds, to distribute. These kits will be available to city residents on a first-come, first-served basis. Proof of residency required (government issued identification or utility bill). Only one kit will be issued per household. Interested residents should contact 954-602-4327 or email bcreary@miramarpd.org. For more information on SmartWater, please visit www.smartwater.com.

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