Rural Crime Walk & Talk at Broomhall Estate

Time 10:30 - 13:00
Cost 15.00
Cost (Members) 0.00
Capacity 12 places available
Booking Cut-off Monday 26 Aug, 12:00:pm
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Date: 27 August 2019 
Time: 10.30am to 1.00pm
Venue: Broomhall Estate, Fife
Cost: Free to members, £15 for non-members

Scottish Land & Estates, in partnership with Police Scotland and Broomhall Estate, invites you to attend this knowledge transfer and information event aimed at landowners and farm managers. 

Rural crime costs millions of pounds every year and adversely affects those living and working in our countryside. This event aims to provide key information on how to safeguard your properties, equipment and livestock.

Led by PC Fraser Laird, Crime Prevention Officer, attendees will learn of the farm security measures that can be implemented to deter criminal activity as well as equipment that can be used to help detect stolen property.

Attendees will also learn of the Scottish Partnership Against Rural Crime (SPARC) and of the impact that reporting crime has on detections and the recovery of stolen property.   

In attendance, will be Police Officers and other specialists who can offer advice on issues including agricultural farm and plant theft, livestock offences (including worrying and theft), fuel theft, equine theft, flytipping and wildlife crime (such as hare coursing and poaching).

As this event will take place mostly outdoors please bring suitable footwear and clothing.

This event is free of charge for members, but places are limited and booking is essential. To obtain the member rate, please login to your SLE account. 

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