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NEV and officers in Cinderford Tutshill and Coleford over next week as part of Wildlife and Rural Crime Week of Action

Alert message sent 06/10/2019 16:01:00

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Officers will be out and about in the Forest this week as part of Wildlife and Rural Crime Week of Action.

The Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle (NEV) will be stopped in three different locations between Monday and Wednesday, with officers offering crime prevention advice, a chance to learn and join up to our Rural Watch scheme and an opportunity to talk about any issues in your community.

On Wednesday, there'll also be a chance to meet our Chief Constable Rod Hansen and our Police and Crime Commisioner Martin Surl.

Details below:

Mon 7 Oct
Cinderford
Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle officers giving crime prevention advice between 10am and 4pm.

Tues 8 Oct
Tutshill
Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle officers giving crime prevention advice between 10am and 4pm.

Weds 9 Oct
Coleford Clock Tower
Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle officers giving crime prevention advice between 10am and 4pm. Chief Constable Rod Hansen and Police and Crime Commissioner Martin Surl meeting officers and local agencies tackling rural crime between 1pm and 5pm.

Road safety and wildlife crime operations are taking place in the Forest through the week. More information on activities can be found here: www.gloucestershire.police.uk/news-room/latest-news/officers-out-in-force-for-rural-crime-week/ 
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