Boynton Beach Florida police to give residents cutting-edge, if wet, crime fighting technology.

Boynton Beach Police Chief Jeffrey Katz explains the positive crime fighting results residents can expect from the introduction of SmartWater CSI.

Boynton Beach Police Chief Jeffrey Katz explains the positive crime fighting results residents can expect from the introduction of SmartWater CSI.

Logan Pierson, President, SmartWater CSI describes SmartWater's theft reduction and conviction successes.

Logan Pierson, President, SmartWater CSI describes SmartWater’s theft reduction and conviction successes.

Smartwater is coming to Boynton Beach and it has nothing to do about what’s in your drinking glass and everything to do with outwitting criminals.

The city will be the second in the county to employee the spray-on crime-fighting tool. A spritz of this engineered water-based solution, marketed as SmartWater CSI, applies a unique identifier that can be seen only with an ultraviolet black light.

 

Some cities, such as Riviera Beach, have employed it to deter crime by rigging cars so that they spray would-be-burglars as they go for items inside.

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