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The chance for people living or working in rural areas of Derbyshire to give their views in a national survey about crime and policing in the countryside has been welcomed by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Charles.
With wildlife crime high on the Commissioner’s agenda, he hopes that people will fill in the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN) survey that is being launched today (Wednesday 20 May).
The survey is the largest ever into crime and anti-social behaviour in rural areas generally as well as on farms. It will be open until Wednesday, 24 June. To take part, visit: http://www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net/survey?member=Derbyshire
Earlier this week Commissioner Charles spoke of his delight at the numbers of nationally trained wildlife police officers in Derbyshire having now reached 36.
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