National Rural Crime Network

Dr Kate Tudor on BBC Radio – Farming Today

14 March, 2024 dr. Kate Tudor on BBC Radio – Farming Today Let’s hear directly from Dr Kate Tudor – the author and researcher behind our latest report on ‘Rural Crime: Serious Organised and International’. https://youtu.be/gkrtcphXCJg   Along with the key findings, Dr Tudor also discusses the misconceptions related to rural crime and the need for […]

The Telegraph Exclusive on the NRCN Report

08 March 2024 The Telegraph Britain’s rural communities ‘being targeted by foreign drug gangs’ Read the exclusive article published by The Telegraph here. Download the NRCN Report on ‘Rural Crime: Serious Organised and International‘ for free.

Welcome from Tim Passmore, Chair of the National Rural Crime Network

17 May 2021 Welcome from Tim Passmore, the National Rural Crime Network’s new Chair I am delighted to be able to write to you as both the re-elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk and the new Chair of the National Rural Crime Network. I have been the Vice-Chair of this organisation since we were […]

NFU launch Cyber Security Guide for farmers

12 March 2020 NFU launch Cyber Security Guide for farmers NRCN-member, the National Farmers Union (NFU), has partnered with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to produce an online booklet to support farmers in preventing and reporting cybercrime. Cyber-attacks are on the rise, they can be financially devastating, disrupting and upsetting to individuals and businesses. […]

Captive & Controlled – One Year On: What’s Changed?

13 July 2020 Captive & Controlled – One Year On: What’s Changed? In July 2019, the National Rural Crime Network revealed an alarming picture – the truth behind domestic abuse in rural Britain, with hidden victims being found to be ‘isolated, unsupported and unprotected.’ One year on from its launch, we consider what has changed […]

NFU launch Farm Security Guide

12 March 2020 NFU launch Farm Security Guide NRCN-member, the National Farmers Union (NFU), have launched a “Farm security guide” to support its members in preventing and reporting rural crime. With the cost of rural crime at its highest since 2011, it is an ever-increasing policy area for the NFU. The organisation works hard to […]

RSPCA Inspectors join fight against Domestic Abuse in North Yorkshire

16 December 2019 RSPCA Inspectors join fight against Domestic Abuse in North Yorkshire 20 RSPCA Inspectors recently took part in training coordinated by North Yorkshire Police to help them spot the signs of domestic abuse and know how to report it. The training is the first of its kind and was delivered in partnership between […]

Rural Crime Week of Action in Warwickshire

21 October 2019 Rural Crime Week of Action in Warwickshire During the week, as part of the national Rural Crime Week of Action, officers from around Warwickshire, including the new Rural Crime Team – launched during the week, have been proactively engaging with rural communities at events, engagements and on their beat areas. Meetings and […]

Putting the spotlight on domestic abuse in Avon & Somerset

07 April 2015 Putting the spotlight on domestic abuse in Avon & Somerset Between the 25 November and 10 December, Avon and Somerset Police are marking the 16 Days of Action against Gender Based Violence, which began with the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. By Superintendent Deryck Rees  The premise […]