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Forth Valley Poaching Group

Earlier this Scottish Land & Estates attended the inaugural meeting for the renewed Forth Valley Poaching Group which was hosted by PC Laura Robertson – Wildlife Crime Liaison Officer in Callandar.  The group comprised of representatives from the National Park Police Division, Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. The group met to discuss poaching issues in the area and to identify ways in which work could be taken forward to tackle rural and poaching crimes in the area.

As an initial step PC Robertson is keen to build on the information currently held in the police intelligence database and get a better picture of what rural crime levels are like in the Forth Valley. She is keen to meet and speak with landowners in the area to discuss incidences in confidence and identify ways in which the police and others can better tackle levels of crime in the area.

The Forth Valley Poaching group would benefit from representation from a Scottish Land & Estates members who lives in the area. If you would like to act as the Scottish Land & Estates representative for this group please get in touch with This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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