The Miramar Police Department has partnered with Broward Crime Stoppers and SmartWater CSI in introducing a new tool to combat property crimes. 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.
On Saturday, March 8th, the police department will be distributing free SmartWater kits to 300 residents who live in the target community (bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, the east by the Florida Turnpike, the south by County Line Road, and the west by University Drive). In order to receive the kits at no charge, proof of residency will be required (a driver’s license or a utility bill).
Event Date Saturday, March 8, 2014
& Time: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Location: United Methodist Church
2507 Utopia Drive
For more information on the product, please visit: http://smartwatercsi.com/