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Gwent Police Rural Crime Team 28m
Great to have undertaking 4x4 driver training soon for his role with the Rural Crime Team. This will allow to regularly support the with , tackling and across Gwent.
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Kent Police - rural 6h
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Cheshire Police RuralCrime Apr 23
PC Walker: At dealing with the ongoing issue of livestock attacks on sheep grazing there currently. Signs and information are clear. Police will be regularly patrolling the area.
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Kent Police - rural 7h
Several vehicles found during patrols over the past few weeks in woodlands across the county. A sad reality in rural communities. Stolen 4x4 & Vans are often later used in rural criminality. If you spot something which seems out of place please report it. NL
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stopthatthief 6h
Come and talk to us and a range of agri feed and product suppliers at Estate Country Animal Feeds in Martley and enjoy a pork roll.
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FarmingUK 6h
The landowner said the grass on the farmland 'is so trampled it won't recover' following the 1,500 strong illegal rave:
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Rural Affairs - Devon 1h
Productive Regional Crime Group meeting with forces working alongside partners & governing bodies to tackle & . Discussions around intel sharing, organised crime groups in the area, upcoming operations & current cases.
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Kit Papworth 20h
200 tonnes straw set alight tonight. What a pointless, selfish and dangerous way to entertain yourself. Thank you
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tom Apr 16
I'm all for walking in the countryside but when you ask somebody not to walk where they are because its private land and they are trespassing. I didn't expect to be punched in the face.
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Derwent Lock Security 18h
Effective Robust Tractor Steering Ram Locks Block Stem
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Crimestoppers 6h
In 2017 rural crime cost the UK Β£44.5m. Farmers spend decades investing in their livestock, which can be taken from them overnight. If you have any information call 0800 783 0137 100% anonymously or go online to .
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EastAyrshirePolice Apr 24
Cumnock LPT officer were at Ochiltree Show today providing advice, we were give a very warm welcome & it was superb to see so many quality livestock on show
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Onwatch Multifire North & Scotland Apr 24
Tackling is difficult. Police resources are spread more thinly than in urban areas and response times to incidents greater. Contact for "24/7/365" monitored, alarmed guarding systems, UK Wide!
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Steve Bates Apr 20
Dog attack on livestock and say no offence because they are 'pets' not livestock and out of control dog has no identifiable owner
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The Equipment Register (TER) Apr 24
ALERT - T7200 tractor, VRM: SF16KLJ, serial number: ZFBN13746 from Chapelton on 21/04/2019. Call the police or TER with any information.
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FarmWatcherUK Apr 23
RURAL STORAGE SCAM Farmers & landowners are being asked to store textile waste (carpets). Contracts are then broken & the waste is left, leaving the farmer or landowner to remove it. Report to Op SAGE on 0800 80 70 60 or Crimestoppers UK on 0800 783 0137
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Rural Affairs - Devon 24h
A huge thanks to those who braved the 🌧️ to come & chat with us in . Really good to be able to find out your concerns regarding in your area, how it affects you & what we can do about it. We had more sign ups for the alert messages & watch schemes too!
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Rural Crime Team: Dyfed-Powys Police Apr 22
Following two separate thefts of quads and motorcycles over the BH in the Lawrenny area of we would urge everyone to review their security arrangements and report any suspicious vehicles on their property
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NFU Mutual Horncastle 11h
It's the Horncastle Branch meeting tonight 19:30 at Stanhope Hall guest speaker from key topics include and
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Trudy Herniman 22h
Good to see you guys earlier. Keep up the good work
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