The Chandler Police Department partnered with SmartWater CSI and is introducing a new crime prevention technology to fight crime. SmartWater CSI produces a chemically-coded solution, spotted only under a special light source, that is used to identify stolen property. SmartWater CSI’s traceable liquids are not only both unique and revolutionary but also widely supported by the US law enforcement community. With millions of formulas available, much like DNA, each solution is unique. Criminals hate traceability, as it makes them accountable to the Courts and SmartWater CSI’s products, whether simply dabbed onto your property or sprayed onto intruders, represent the ultimate threat to their freedom. SmartWater CSI’s forensic technology will enable the police to link them back to their crime for years, and that’s why it’s a major crime deterrent.
Each vial of SmartWater is a chemically coded solution and has a unique forensic code. This solution is registered and applied by the home or business owner, which is similar to having a DNA marker on each piece of property. Users will dab a portion of the SmartWater CSI solution on their items utilizing the provided applicator. SmartWater CSI’s forensic technology will enable the police to link stolen property back to the crime and return the items to the rightful owner.
Chandler Police is the first agency in the Southwest region to utilize SmartWater CSI. Chandler Police obtained a federal grant that awarded 300 SmartWater kits for our residents. The 300 kits are available for specific residents of neighborhoods selected through predictive analysis and intelligence-based policing. Chandler Police is also offering a special code for all other Chandler residents interested in purchasing a SmartWater kit of their own. The code and ordering instructions are available on the Chandler Police Department’s official website and with your Crime Prevention Officer.
Also available are SmartWater CSI kits and systems for agriculture and business owners. Please contact your Crime Prevention Officer for details @ 480-782-4960.