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North Wales is a rural area and, from time to time, people in the countryside can be victims of crime. Police and local farmers and rural communities work closely together in Farm Watch schemes to prevent rural crime and protect farms.

 

Farm Watch is no different to Neighbourhood Watch except that the houses and farms are much further apart.

 

Farmers often have a great deal of equipment that is portable and can be relatively easy to steal. By providing crime prevention advice and regular text updates, all Farm Watch members will be updated of crime trends and suspicious activity which will help reduce the risk of members of the farming community becoming victims of rural crime.

 

All who sign up to Farm Watch will receive:

  • Regular and practical crime prevention advice to ensure property is kept as secure as possible
  • Receive messages which will keep you updated with latest crime trends and any suspicious vehicles/ activity in the area

 

If you would like to find out more about joining a scheme in your area please contact:

  • Dennis Owen - Anglesey
  • Elliw Williams - Meirionydd
  • Llinos Jones – Dwyfor Eifionydd
  • Richard Pepper – Gwynedd North
  • Jennifer Studley – Conwy and Denbigh Rural
  • Sofia Iftika - Wrexham Rural

 

 

 

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