Events archive

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National Rural Crime Seminar 2015

The National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham

Rural Crime, focusing on highlighting areas of good practice in respect of education, prevention, detection and prosecution alongside the important role that modern technology can play to assist in providing more efficient and effective service delivery.

NRCN – Executive Board

Leicestershire Police HQ, , St Johns, Enderby, Leicester LE19 2BX


Great Yorkshire Show

Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, North Yorkshire

England's Premier Agricultural Event

Kilnsey Show in Upper Wharfedale

Kilnsey Show Ground, Kilnsey, North Yorkshire

The Dales' foremost agricultural show with dry stone walling, produce, handicrafts, horticulture, equestrian events, fell races and harness racing.

Lancashire Game and Country Festival

Woodacre Lodge Farm, Gubberford Lane, Scorton, Nr Preston, Lancashire PR3 1BN

Lancashire’s first Game and Country Festival

Norfolk Rural Crime Summit

28 October 2016 – Norfolk Rural Crime Summit, Julia Mulligan will be speaking about the work of the NRCN

Heritage and Cultural Property Crime Round Table

Historic England, 4th Floor, , Cannon Bridge House, , 25 Dowgate Hill, , London , EC4R 2YA

The NRCN will be hosting a joint Heritage Crime ‘Round Table’ with Historic England at their London offices on Tuesday 23rd May 2023. Heritage crime is one of our ‘Horizon’ campaigns and we will be taking the opportunity to look at the latest data about heritage crime and invite members, partners and key stakeholders to join in planning some key actions that the NRCN will undertake.

NRCN Annual Conference 2023

The Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y SED

The National Rural Crime Network will be hosting its first Annual Rural Crime Conference on 27th June 2023.

National Rural Crime Action Week

UK wide

National Rural Crime Week will take place between 18th and 24th September 2023.  During the week we will be highlighting the work that our Police and Crime Commissioners and their forces undertake to tackle rural crime.