Source: http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk By Sarah Cartlidge A TOTAL of 19 quad bikes were stolen from rural premises in Dorset last year. Dorset Police Rural Crime Team said there was a rise in quad bike thefts in May and August. Now police have issued advice to help residents secure their all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and utility task vehicles … More Feature Article in Bournemouth Daily Echo – 19 QUAD BIKES WERE STOLEN FROM RURAL PREMISES IN DORSET LAST YEAR
Throughout this summer The Police Scotland Rural Crime Officers attended country shows including The Royal Highland Show and Perth Show to engage with the rural communities of Scotland. They offered advice on farm and home security as well as quite a few photo opportunities for kids and big kids alike with the Police Tractor.
Datatag ID, who power the official CESAR Security Scheme and are long standing exhibitors at LAMMA, will again return to the show at its new home in 2019, indoors at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in the West Midlands on January 18th and 19th. LAMMA, the UK’S largest agricultural trade show, attracts over 600 exhibitors … More THE OFFICIAL CESAR SCHEME IS TO EXHIBIT AT NEW LOOK LAMMA 2019
The cost of tractor and quad bike theft in Scotland has fallen by almost half in three years thanks to a multi-agency partnership between rural groups and police.
In one recent incident in the Cumnock area, thieves abandoned a stolen vehicle when they realised it had been fitted with a CESAR security marking system.
BOMAG, the leader in compaction technology, has stepped-up security marking on its ever-popular range of asphalt rollers in order to help customers combat theft. The CEA’s official security marking scheme – CESAR – has been available as an option on BOMAG roller since 2008 but from August it will be fitted as standard to all … More BOMAG ADOPTS CESAR TO PROTECT ROLLERS