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8 November, 2018

UK Rural Crime Day of Action

The first UK Rural Crime Day of Action is taking place today (Thursday 8 November).

Organised by the National Police Chiefs’ Council, there are events and activities taking place in forces across rural England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

You can follow the North Yorkshire Police Rural Taskforce on social media, at @NYPRuralTF on Twitter, and at to find out what’s happening where you live.

Use the hashtags #ruralcrime and #ukruralcrimedayofaction on social media channels to find out what’s happening across the country.

The National Rural Crime Network, is committed to supporting the efforts to tackle crime in rural areas so that people are safe – and feel safe.

On this Day of Action…

NRCN Chair Julia Mulligan said:

“I will continue to fight for rural communities, who should not have to put up with sub-standard services just because of where they live. This simply cannot be tolerated. Despite the passionate and professional police officers working incredibly hard day-in, day-out, they and the communities they serve are being let down because priorities lie elsewhere.”