Our survey of over 17,000 people living and working in rural areas throughout England and Wales suggests the true cost of crime in rural areas could exceed £800m. This figure is 21 times higher than previous figures, dwarfing earlier estimates.More
Archive - 2015
Below are all the articles which were published in 2015.
In total we had 17,227 responses from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. 12,369 were from people living (or owning businesses) in rurally classified geographic wards.More
Only a few hours left to get your responses in to our survey! The survey will close at midnight 24 June 2015, so please give us your views whilst you still can. Keep a watch on this part of our site for news about when we will be publishing the results.More
Countryside residents are being urged to have their say as the largest ever survey into policing, crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) in rural areas nears its deadline. The survey, available to complete at www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net/survey, is being run by the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN), is calling for people to have their say on the impact […]More
Countryside Residents Set to Make Their Voices Heard in National Crime PollMore
Julia Mulligan, Chair of the National Rural Crime Network and Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, is asking for anyone with an interest in helping to keep rural communities safe to get involved and add their experiences to the Network’s new online resource to help tackle rural crime.More