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More patrols and new signs to tackle illegal fishing in Rushcliffe

Following reports of illegal fishing, police officers have been conducting further patrols at Cotgrave lake.

Police officers engaged with members of the public, checking rod licences and displaying new signs.

The new signs have been placed around Cotgrave Fishing Lake following partnership work with the Angling Trust and Building Bridges programme – these signs state in a number of languages what you must do in order to fish legally.

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Officers from Rushcliffe South Neighbourhood Policing Team, in partnership with Cotgrave Welfare Diamond Angling Club and the Angling Trust have organised an engagement day for children, teenagers, families and anyone else interested in getting into fishing as well as meeting some of your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

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The date for this has been arranged for Sunday 7th May 2023, with further details to come in the coming weeks – anyone interested in this engagement event can find out more by emailing local beat manager PC Kemish at cai.kemish@notts.police.uk

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