Rural community meets with Nottinghamshire Police and Rushcliffe council as farmers air concerns
Farmers from the area were invited by their policing team and representatives from Rushcliffe Borough Council to discuss local priorities and address any concerns that they may have as members of the rural community.
Rushcliffe Neighbourhood Inspector Tim Cuthbert gave an update regarding ongoing investigations, current crime trends, and ongoing police activity in Rushcliffe.
People are urged to report rural crime on the Nottinghamshire Police's website at https://orlo.uk/Ujxxj
"This service is for reporting rural crime," said a police spokesman.
Examples of rural crime include:
-theft of farming or agricultural equipment or fuel, damage to agricultural property
-theft of lead from churches
-damage to ancient monuments
-illegal metal detecting
“You can use our website if what you need to tell us about hasn't happened yet, it's something you've heard about or think someone might be planning to do, or it's something you're not sure is a crime," added the police spokesman.