With the lambing season underway, North Yorkshire Police is joining up with four other rural Forces to take part in a new initiative that could lead to a tightening up of the law against dog attacks on livestock.More
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Thousands of farms across North Yorkshire will be offered a free security check-up, as part of a major new crime prevention initiative.More
During the evening of Wednesday 15 June 2016, under the title Operation Midas, Dorset Police led officers from Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset Police to target, prevent and detect those who use the road networks around the borders of all three counties, to commit rural-related crimes. The aim of the Operation was to identify and target […]More
A three month Police Scotland campaign has been launched (Tuesday 1st March) to raise awareness amongst dog owners about the devastating effects of livestock worrying. The campaign will see Scottish Natural Heritage working with the Scottish Partnership Against Rural Crime, a multi-agency partnership which includes Police Scotland, National Farmers Union of Scotland and Scottish Land […]More
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