Chain Reaction Forensic Alarms
Chain Reaction DNA is a new perimeter defense mechanism designed to ease the fear associated with doorstep crime and to deter a burglary, forced entry or home invasion robbery from being committed. If activated emits an ear piercing high decibel alarm to draw attention to the fact unlawful entry is being attempted but at the same time the attacker will be sprayed with the latest UV based forensic trace technology.
What we think
We at Redlocks Locksmiths strongly believe that the installation of this door limiter along with the implementation of warning stickers situated on or around the front door will deter these type of offences but more importantly ease the fear associated with the crimes it has been designed to combat. This will enable a homeowner to answer a call at their front door confident in the fact that any attempt by a caller to gain unlawful entry into their home will be met with a direct proactive response.
Advanced Intruder Deterrent
Harnessing forensic trace technology StranDNA have developed and have received Police approval regarding this totally new and innovative door security product. If activated assists the Police in the subsequent forensic identification of the individuals who perpetrate these criminal offences more effectively resulting in a 100% conviction rate. This is because it sprays the perpetrators with a unique UV based forensic marker to which the DNA component is registered to a specific door at a specific address!
Chain Reaction DNA is installed at entry points around a home and can be attributed to unoccupied properties, commercial premises or rear delivery doors as an opt-out door security device. If an attempt to gain unlawful entry is made Chain Reaction DNA automatically sounds an alarm to alert neighbours and passers by.
Chain of evidence
When provided with the unique code attributed to the canister Stran DNA are able to extract from our secure installations database the exact location to where this security device was professionally installed and registered, clearly placing any stained individuals at the scene of a specific crime and them being directly involved. This inevitably adding to the chain of evidence required to pursue a conviction in criminal courts and at the same time increase detection rates.