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Police visit farms in Rushcliffe in rural crime crackdown

Officers have been engaging with members of the public, conducting farm visits and carrying out proactive patrols across the region.

Local officers from Rushcliffe South Neighbourhood Policing Team have been out and about today Sunday, 29 January, engaging with members of the public at Beat Surgeries.

This is as well as continuing to visit farms across the area to continue the ‘Rural Crime Pack’ initiative, discussing rural issues and providing crime prevention advice.

Officers have also been out on rural proactive patrols and responding to incidents across the region, including interacting with slightly less talkative residents!

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