Insurance broker Carole Nash and the Met Police will team up at the Ace Cafe, London on Friday August 5 to talk about motorcycle security.
The free event takes place from 6-9pm, with the Carole Nash team giving a live demonstration of their DNA+ security device. DNA+ is a forensic protection system which leaves an invisible, unique mark on your bike. If your bike is stolen the police are able to identify it via the DNA+ system.
Officers from the Met Police will also be sharing tips on how to keep your motorcycle safe as well as crime prevention advice.
Detective Superintendent Raffaele D’Orsi, said: “Today’s event demonstrates the commitment of motorcycle enthusiasts, industry and the police to innovatively tackle theft of motorcycles and mopeds. The use of DNA+ will enhance protection as well as the potential for detection.
“I am proud of the team’s involvement in the project, helping to combat this type of crime.”
Rebecca Donohue, Head of Marketing at Carole Nash, said: “We’re really pleased to be hosting this event alongside the Metropolitan Police to raise awareness of the prevalence of bike theft. Unfortunately it’s something which is rife, particularly in London, so we’re looking forward to showing bikers how our sophisticated DNA+ system can help to keep bikes safe.
“All are welcome at the event so we encourage all those who are nearby or available to drop in to see a DNA+ demonstration and to get hold of a complimentary goody bag!”
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