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You’ve worked hard for and invested a lot in your business, and you have many valuable assets you need to safeguard and protect.

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There are more than 400,000 non-residential burglaries in the United States each year, with an average loss of over $2,300 per incident. FBI Uniform Crime Reports

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Your inventory, supplies, office equipment and furnishings, computers, cash, tools, vehicles and more are all at risk of theft or loss.

According to the FBI there are more than 400,000 non-residential burglaries in the United States each year, with an average loss of over $2,300 per incident.

Add to that over 1,000,000 incidents of shoplifting with an average loss of over $200 and more than 350,000 robberies with an average loss of nearly $1,200, and the losses can be devastating.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

75% of employees steal from their employers, resulting in an annual loss of 50 billion dollars.The U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Copper is such a hot commodity that thieves are going after the metal anywhere they can find it: an electrical power station in Wichita, Kan., or half a dozen middle-class homes in Morris Township, N.J. It’s also a very tangible asset and hard to trace, and reselling it can bring in lots of money,CNBC: Copper Theft Like an Epidemic

The United States Chamber of Commerce estimates that 75% of employees steal from their employers, resulting in an annual loss of 50 billion dollars.

It also estimates that one third of all business bankruptcies are directly caused by employee theft.

Businesses lose 20% of every dollar to employee theft. The American Society of Employers

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Unfortunately, if your property is stolen it is highly unlikely that the police will be able to recover it for you. According to the FBI, 87 percent of burglaries, 78 percent of larceny-theft incidents (including employee theft) and 71 percent of robberies are never solved.

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Law enforcement professionals explain that clearance rates for these crimes are generally low for three interrelated reasons:

  • Difficulty in making a fast and accurate identification of the perpetrator.

  • Difficulty in obtaining sufficient evidence to warrant an arrest and/or prosecution.

  • The need to focus limited law enforcement resources on those cases that have a high probability of being solved and successfully prosecuted.

  • So what can you do to help law enforcement make an identification, obtain evidence, focus resources on solving crimes against your business and recover your assets? And keep criminals from even thinking about stealing from you and your business in the first place?

    The DNAnet® initiative will serve as a tremendous deterrent to those who commit theft and burglary not only in Gloucester Township, but also across the entire county and local area. Additionally, the value of marking property will greatly assist officers when they recover property they believe to be stolen.Gloucester Township Police Department Website

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    Enter DNAnet®… an exciting scientific breakthrough in crime deterrence and asset recovery that is being hailed and promoted by law enforcement agencies across the country.

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    DNAnet® is based on the proven science of DNA and quickly, easily and effectively protects your assets and enhances your security.

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    The value of marking property with DNAnet® will greatly assist police officers when they recover property they believe to be stolen, such as jewelry, bicycles, sport equipment or electronics to name just a few of the possibilities.PoliceOne.com: How DNA technology is being used to solve property crimes

    Watch this short video to learn more about how DNAnet® Asset Protection can help you deter burglary, robbery and employee theft and recover lost or stolen business assets.

    Criminals soon learn to leave your assets, property and business alone.
    The risk is simply too great.

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    Start Protecting Your Assets and Business with the Power of DNA!

    Click here to order your DNAnet® Asset Protection Kit for only $69.95!

    What Does Law Enforcement Think of DNAnet® as a Crime-Fighting Tool?

    Law enforcement enthusiastically endorses DNAnet® and encourages all businesses to use it to protect their assets. In short, the authorities need your help to solve and prevent crimes against you and your business.

    In this short video, Chief Harry Earle of Gloucester Township in New Jersey explains how DNAnet® can help law enforcement solve crimes and recover property.

    If the items were marked with DNAnet, officers would simply obtain a sample, send the sample to the DNA lab and then learn the identity of the owner. This would not only enable us to identify the owner, but also likely result in criminal charges for the suspect.Police Chief Harry Earle

    We fully support the efforts of law enforcement agencies in the San Antonio area with free and ongoing training, property recovery kits, forensic DNA analysis and Expert Witness Reports.

    As always, our commitment and mission is to use our resources, know-how and the latest in security technology and innovation to help make our communities and citizens safer and more secure.

    Start Protecting Your Assets and Business with the Power of DNA!

    Click here to order your DNAnet® Asset Protection Kit for only $69.95!

    Your DNAnet Asset Protection Kit includes:

    • One Application Vial of DNAnet® (protects between 100 and 150 assets)
    • One UV Light for Mark Verification
    • Two “DNAnet® Protected” Window Warning Decals
    • Two “DNAnet® Protected” Vehicle Warning Decals
    • Lifetime Database Registration
    • Lifetime Asset Recovery Forensic DNA Analysis
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      We’re taking the next step in crime-fighting science. Now the average person is going to be able to mark their property with DNAnet® – anything as small as a ring, as big as a car, and anything in between and we’re going to be able to walk into a pawn shop, identify the property, take it back and return it to its rightful owner.Police Chief Col. E. M. Setting, New Castle County, DE