The National Rural Crime Network is urging Natural England to urgently provide more information to farmers and rural businesses who are set to be affected by a significant change to licensing requirements for controlling specific wild bird species.More
Category - Wildlife
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Julia Mulligan, Chair of the National Rural Crime Network, has welcomed the successful conviction of a gamekeeper who shot two protected short-eared owls.More
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner says drones could be used to help fight rural crime in NorfolkPosted on May 23, 2017 in Generic, Wildlife
Drones could soon be patrolling the skies above rural Norfolk to help target illegal hare coursers operating in the county according to Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner. Norfolk’s newly-elected PCC, Lorne Green, highlighting the work of the voluntary sector as he is officially sworn in for a four-year term Lorne made his formal Declaration […]More
A police team dedicated to serving North Yorkshire’s rural communities is celebrating its first anniversary – and its 100th arrest.More
Criminals face fines of £5000 for hare coursing in Norfolk. As fields are harvested across Norfolk, the rural landscape changes dramatically and with it, the type of rural crimes which happen within our borders. Read more: http://www.klfm967.co.uk/news/klfm-news/2108292/norfolks-rural-crime-team-tackles-illegal-hare-coursing/More