The Ontario Assoc. of Chiefs of Police is endorsing the new Trace pen, which allows property owners to invisibly mark, then easily register their valuables online in a secure Canadian centralized database. This database and product detection tools will be used by police to identify stolen property with the goal of reducing property theft in Ontario. It’s like creating DNA for the user’s property. It will reduce the chances of becoming a victim of theft and improve the likelihood of the property being recovered. Property owners can mark roughly 50 items per Trace pen, which retails for $39.95 and will initially be available through Home Hardware stores. It is also available for purchase online at www.traceidentified.com.