Source: https://www.fwi.co.uk/news/crime/9-tips-combat-farm-theft-darker-nights As the nights draw in following the end of British Summer Time, farmers are advised to ramp up security to deter rural thieves. See also: Video – farmers’ top tips to fight rural crime According to NFU Mutual, rural crime cost the UK an estimated £44.4m in 2017 – and this figure is … More Feature Article in Farmers Weekly – 9 TIPS TO COMBAT FARM THEFT DURING DARKER NIGHTS
The Construction Equipment Association’s official CESAR Scheme, powered by Datatag technologies, has proven itself once again – recently helping in the recovery of a stolen Thwaites dumper and JCB roller. The recoveries were made after a prospective buyer in the Cheshire area became suspicious of the cheap price tag. Contacting the Datatag 24/7 call centre, … More THE OFFICIAL CESAR SCHEME RECOVERS STOLEN MACHINES
In a recent joint cross border operation including forces from Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex alongside HMRC Fuel Division, Border Immigration Officers and Trading Standards, Datatag Police Liaison Manager Vince Wise helped demonstrate the simplicity of vehicle identification using the plant industry’s own official security marking system called CESAR. Vince said: “We’ve had an incredible few … More CROSS BORDER OPERATION
Datatag’s Nick Mayell delivers Heavy Equipment Masterclasses to Police Officers across the UK and around the globe. He is arguably the world’s leading expert in heavy plant identification and as such his knowledge is in great demand. Recently it was shared with African Police forces as part of Interpol’s Formatrain Project. Police officers from many … More CESAR TRAINING GOES GLOBAL
Long standing exhibitors at LAMMA, Datatag ID Ltd, who provide the technology behind the CESAR Scheme, will return to LAMMA on January 8th and 9th. The show is held at the NEC Birmingham for the first time and is the UK’S largest agricultural trade show and attracts over 850 exhibitor’s each year. The 2019 show … More THE OFFICIAL CESAR SCHEME IS SET TO RETURN TO LAMMA IN 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.