Monday, 18 November 2019 from 09:30 to 15:00
Westpoint Exeter, Westpoint, Clyst Saint Mary EX5 1DJ
Devon and Cornwall Police are hosting an event to give Rural Communities the opportunity to have their say on policing in rural areas and influence future policing.
There will be a question and answer session with the Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer, Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez plus representatives from NFU and CLA. The Police and Partners will also give inputs on the current strategy and activity that is taking place to re-engage with rural communities.
How to Book
There are limited places, to book your place and have your say, send an email with your name to PC Martin Beck - firstname.lastname@example.org
Question & Answer session with the Chief Constable, the Police & Crime Commissioner, MP Neil Parish (Rural Affairs Select Committee) and Representatives from NFU & CLA. An opportunity to influence future policing.
Devon and Cornwall Police Strategy. Find out our new plan to engage with rural communities and prevent crime.
Rural Crime Initiatives. Characterising the successes of Partnerships on Bodmin Moor, Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks, which are creating exciting solutions to rural issues.
Input from NFU on the Impacts of Rural Crime.
D&C Police Rural Crime Team. Explanation on the Policing team, its current work and future aspirations.
Networking Lunch and Market Place with stalls offering crime prevention advice for rural businesses.
Awareness on Cyber Crime and Animal rights activism in Rural Communities, providing an overview on political divisive issues including Hunting and Badger Cull.