St Peter's Primary - SmartWater

ST PETER'S Primary School has become the first school in Portishead to sign up for the use of SmartWater.

ST PETER'S Primary School has become the first school in Portishead to sign up for the use of SmartWater.

Schools across North Somerset have join forces with police to help protect their equipment with the new substance.

SmartWater is a colourless liquid and each bottle contains a unique chemical code like DNA, which is registered to the organisation using it.

It glows under ultraviolet light and it is almost impossible to remove.


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This makes it easier for police to prove if property is stolen and identify who it belongs to, ultimately making it difficult for criminals to sell stolen goods.

PCSO Charlotte Slocombe visited St Peter's to help apply the liquid to equipment and valuables at the school, which also provided pupils with an opportunity to learn more about crime prevention and detection.

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