Troubling new insights into the prevalence and impacts of hare coursing in the countryside have been provided by farming families in response to a survey carried out by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.More
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As the barbaric act of hare coursing continues to plague rural communities, on behalf of farming families the Yorkshire Agricultural Society is saying, “enough is enough” and launching a survey to find the experiences of its members.More
NRCN Chair Julia Mulligan has spoken to BBC Farming Today as the BBC Radio 4 programme begins a week focusing on rural crime.More
Most people want drivers who speed to face higher penalties and more money raised from fines invested in enforcement and road safety, according to the results of a road safety survey from the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.More
Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner has been trialling a new approach to helping high-risk domestic abuse victims this summer as part of an innovative pilot in Cornwall and Plymouth.More
Joint letter to Rt Hon Robert Buckland QC MP, Secretary of State for Justice, on 20 April 2020.More
The National Rural Crime Network are calling for urgent clarification on Coronavirus lockdown conditions after new police guidelines said people were allowed to travel potentially long distances to exercise, something the group’s Police and Crime Commissioner members believe is not fair for rural communities.More