Source: https://www.somersetcountygazette.co.uk Dorset Police Rural Crime Team are urging owners of ATVs and UTVs to take action following an increase in thefts across the county. During December there have been 11 vehicles stolen from rural areas, taking the total during 2019 across Dorset up to 29 ATVs and seven UTVs. The police have put together … More Feature Article in County Gazette – DORSET POLICE ISSUE WARNING AS ATV AND UTV THEFTS RISE
This exclusive CESAR-IT Day will take place on Friday 11th October. Gloucestershire Constabulary’s Rural Crime Team in partnership with CESAR Dealer Tallis Amos Group in Bibury will be holding a CESAR-It day. This day will give the rural community a chance to bring any of their agricultural machines to the TAG depot to have CESAR … More Exclusive CESAR-IT Day
After an 8 week trial five known criminals with a long history of previous offences were convicted of handling stolen goods and money laundering. Paul Granger, Patrick Jenkins, Charlie Granger, Raymond Dyer and Jack Granger were all found guilty after a case that was initiated by Datatag’s Police Liaison and Training Officer Nick Mayell, back … More DATATAG HELP CONVICT FIVE CAREER CRIMINALS
Source: https://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/17630121.police-issue-warning-over-rise-in-quad-bike-thefts/ Owners of All Terrain Vehicles have been warned by Dorset Police’s Rural Crime Team about a rise in quad bikes being stolen in the last week. The team has made a list of security measures to secure your vehicles. Keep your vehicle in a lockable garage or building, remove the keys and keep … More Feature Article in Dorset Echo – POLICE ISSUE WARNING OVER RISE IN QUAD BIKE THEFTS
RELENTLESS RISE’ IN QUAD BIKE THEFTS More than one-third of people (37%) who completed our survey said they had been a victim of quad bike theft over the past three years. Responding to this finding in our survey, Clive Harris, NFU Mutual’s agricultural vehicle specialist, explains there has been a “relentless rise” in thieves stealing … More Feature Article in Farmers Weekly – EXCLUSIVE SURVEY: WHAT FARMERS SAY ABOUT RURAL CRIME
Gardai must be equipped with extra technology to trace stolen equipment that is registered with the Europe-wide CESAR machinery marking system, the Oireachtas Justice Committee has recommended.