Our members

The National Rural Crime Network membership comprises 32 Police and Crime Commissioners and their Police forces, as well as a range of other organisations with a deep interest in rural affairs and community safety.

Avon and Somerset – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Cheshire – Police and Crime Commissioner

Cleveland –  Police and Crime Commissioner 

Country Land and Business Association

Countryside Alliance

Crimestoppers

Cumbria – Police and Crime Commissioner

Derbyshire – Police and Crime Commissioner

Devon and Cornwall – Police and Crime Commissioner

Dorset – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Durham – Acting Police and Crime Commissioner 

Dyfed-Powys – Police and Crime Commissioner

Essex – Police and Crime Commissioner

Facewatch

Farmers Union of Wales

Farmers Weekly magazine

Gloucestershire – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Gwent – Police and Crime Commissioner

Hampshire – Police and Crime Commissioner

Hertfordshire – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Historic England (formerly English Heritage)

Kent – Police and Crime Commissioner

Lancashire – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Leicestershire – Police and Crime Commissioner

Lincolnshire – Police and Crime Commissioner

National Community Safety Network

National Farmers Union

Neighbourhood Watch

NFU Mutual

Norfolk – Police and Crime Commissioner

North Yorkshire – Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner 

Northamptonshire – Police and Crime Commissioner

Northumbria – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Nottinghamshire – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Staffordshire – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Suffolk  – Police and Crime Commissioner

Surrey – Police and Crime Commissioner

Sussex – Police and Crime Commissioner

Thames Valley – Police and Crime Commissioner 

Warwickshire – Police and Crime Commissioner

West Mercia – Police and Crime Commissioner

Wiltshire – Police and Crime Commissioner 


The Federation of Small Businesses has agreed to collaborate on initiatives and campaigns that concern their members.