With over 25 million valuable items marked worldwide, numerous crime reduction initiatives in operation, and a rapidly expanding international market, Selectamark Security Systems PLC has been providing world class property marking solutions since 1985.
Property marking is a safe, secure, low cost and highly effective theft deterrent. Permanently marked property is of little interest to thieves as it is virtually impossible to sell on. Property which has been marked can be easily identified if it is stolen and subsequently recovered by Police.
Selectamark is a family-owned, award winning company, based in Locksbottom, Kent. More than 25 years after the company was founded, its original permanent marking system Selectamark is still a popular choice as a visible theft deterrent for homeowners, businesses, educational establishments, retail outlets, hospitals and sporting enthusiasts, often used in conjunction with Selectamark’s wide range of tamper proof labels (http://www.selectalabel.com).
The company also offers state-of-the-art RFID tags for the protection of caravans and marine equipment. Other security products include an Asset ID system, The Chelsea Clip (bag theft deterrent), forensic marking range SelectaDNA (http://www.selectadna.co.uk), and bike marking registration system BikeRegister (http://www.bikeregister.com). Selectmark is also the world’s first company to be certified to LPS1224:Issue3 for its Secure Asset Register (http://www.secureassetregister.com).
Secured By Design
Selectamark products have Secured by Design status and many insurance companies actively recommend the Selectamark system to their policyholders, with some making it a condition of insurance cover.
Selectamark serves its customers both directly and through a growing network of distributors. Selectamark’s security systems are patented and distributed to every Continent in the world.
Selectamark has a management team with a wealth of knowledge and experience within the security and asset Identification industries. A brief summary is included below:
James G Brown FIMI, Chairman
Jim founded Selectamark in 1985 and has been a Council member of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and the Australia and New Zealand Trade Advisory Committee (ANZTAC). Jim is also a member of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI), the Association of Police and Public Security Suppliers (APPSS), the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), and Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry (FIMI).
James A Brown, Managing Director
James joined Selectamark in March 2002 having worked for a large Japanese trading house for 4 years, after graduating from Southampton University. James worked in the sales team before being appointed Sales Director in 2007. James is the Chairman of the BSIA’s Asset and Property Marking section, is on the PaS (Police & Security Initiative) Effective Collaboration Working Group, and sits on the ADS Security Export Focus Group. James was appointed Managing Director in May 2014.
Jason Brown ACA, Dip IDM, M IDM, Commercial Director
Jason joined the company in June 2002 as Head of Business Development in charge of new projects and product development. Prior to Selectamark, Jason was Business Planning Manager at Freeserve.com plc for two years where he was involved in strategic planning, forecasting and budgeting for the UK’s largest ISP. Jason gained his ACA qualification during his 5 year employment with KPMG in London and Milan.
Stephen Morris, Operations Director
Stephen is a specialist Operations Manager with some 30 years’ experience in operational, business, facilities and project management including business development, new business start-ups and change management. Stephen has a wealth of experience of the security industry, both nationally and internationally, as well as dealing extensively with time critical customer service.
Millie Quickenden, Marketing Manager
Millie joined Selectamark in April 2015 with over 10 years’ experience in Marketing. Prior to Selectamark, Millie worked at Philips where she worked across various industries including Lighting, Household Kitchen Appliances and Baby Care products. Her various marketing roles have gained her experience across the full marketing mix - including product, NPD, CRM, branding and campaign management. Millie is responsible for the marketing strategy and the execution of our marketing plans at Selectamark.
Nick Roach, Police Liaison
Nick joined the company in January 2013 following his retirement from the Metropolitan Police Service. During his police career, Nick had a wide variety of roles in a number of ranks, ranging from response policing, public order, crime squads, and a specialist vice unit. In his last posting, where he was temporarily promoted to Chief Inspector, he had day-to-day responsibility for all crime reported to the Metropolitan Police by telephone and online. His police career has provided Nick with a unique insight into crime, how it is committed and how it can be prevented.
Angela Singleton, Press Officer
Angela looks after all press and PR related material and events for Selectamark. Angela has previously worked in the newsroom at the BBC and as a current affairs programme researcher. She has also worked as a news editor at media firm PR Newswire and as a journalist and editor for the national news agency, the Press Association. She has most recently worked as a journalist and commissioning editor for the London Press Service, which currently produces the news website for the UK Trade and Investment Department.
Simon Ashton, Vehicle Crime Consultant
Simon joined the company in January 2017 as Vehicle Industry Liaison. As a former Metropolitan Police Officer, Simon was part of the Organised Vehicle Crime Unit at New Scotland Yard and had a remit to engage with vehicle manufacturers, government, industry, and international police forces to reduce vehicle crime. Simon is the 2nd Vice President of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) and his role at Selectamark draws on his extensive experience in investigating and analysing vehicle crime.