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People who live and work in a rural area are being urged by Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping to fill in a national survey about crime and policing in the countryside.
The survey launched today (Wednesday, 20 May) by the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN) on its website is the largest ever into crime and anti-social behaviour in rural areas. Commissioner Tipping pointed out: “The aim is to make sure our rural communities are getting the service they need, and this is the rural public’s chance to have their say.”
Focused on crime and policing in rural areas generally as well as farm-related crime, the survey will be open until Wednesday, 24 June. To take part, visit: http://www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net/survey?member=Nottinghamshire
The survey’s launch coincides with a presentation to Commissioner Tipping’s Strategic Resources and Performance meeting today on how plans are progressing for Rural Special Constables to help fight wildlife crime in Nottinghamshire. Members of the public have been invited to attend the meeting at The Balderton Village Centre near Newark (10am).
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