CESAR TRAINING GOES GLOBAL

Datatag’s Nick Mayell delivers Heavy Equipment Masterclasses to Police Officers across the UK and around the globe. He is arguably the world’s leading expert in heavy plant identification and as such his knowledge is in great demand. Recently it was shared with African Police forces as part of Interpol’s Formatrain Project. Police officers from many … More CESAR TRAINING GOES GLOBAL

CHESHIRE RECOVERY

Whilst Datatag’s Police Liaison Managers Nick Mayell and Vince Wise were hosting a Plant Identification Training Seminar in Newcastle, Datatag’s 24/7 Contact Centre received a call from a prospective buyer of a JCB roller and a Thwaites dumper, concerned that the price was just too good to be true. Bearing the iconic CESAR identification triangles … More CHESHIRE RECOVERY

QUICK TRAILER RECOVERY

Whilst attending a Security Event at a cattle market in Hereford, Datatag’s Nick Mayell took the opportunity to take a quick walk around the car park and check the trailers which were parked up. It wasn’t a surprise for him that in less than ten minutes he had identified, from tell tale signs, a suspect … More QUICK TRAILER RECOVERY

THE OFFICIAL CESAR SCHEME IS SET TO RETURN TO LAMMA IN 2019

Long standing exhibitors at LAMMA, Datatag ID Ltd, who provide the technology behind the CESAR Scheme, will return to LAMMA on January 8th and 9th. The show is held at the NEC Birmingham for the first time and is the UK’S largest agricultural trade show and attracts over 850 exhibitor’s each year. The 2019 show … More THE OFFICIAL CESAR SCHEME IS SET TO RETURN TO LAMMA IN 2019

Feature Article in Bournemouth Daily Echo – 19 QUAD BIKES WERE STOLEN FROM RURAL PREMISES IN DORSET LAST YEAR

Source: http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk By Sarah Cartlidge A TOTAL of 19 quad bikes were stolen from rural premises in Dorset last year. Dorset Police Rural Crime Team said there was a rise in quad bike thefts in May and August. Now police have issued advice to help residents secure their all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and utility task vehicles … More Feature Article in Bournemouth Daily Echo – 19 QUAD BIKES WERE STOLEN FROM RURAL PREMISES IN DORSET LAST YEAR