Tackling Rural Crime

It’s hard enough working on the land at the best of times without also having to deal with the constant threat of trespassers, illegal hunting, livestock theft, equipment and property theft and other preventable crimes.


NSW Police Force Rural Crime Prevention Team will be attending 26 workshops across regional NSW between September to October from 6pm until 8pm for a rural crime get-together exclusively for farmers and primary producers.

Police will speak about the steps farmers can take to detect and prevent crime, new crime fighting technologies, how to report crime to police; and, what to do if a crime occurs.

These rural crime get-togethers are a great way for farmers to meet up with other farmers for some free food and relaxed chat with police.

For more information on the workshop locations and dates and to register, click below:

It’s all thanks to NSW Farmers Association, the NSW Government and the NSW Police Force.