PCSP extend successful rural crime project

Cllr Oliver McMullanCllr Oliver McMullan
Cllr Oliver McMullan
Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) and the PSNI have relaunched a successful pilot project that aims to tackle the blight of rural crime.

The scheme, in partnership with Cantrack Global Ltd, encourages the rural community to adopt crime prevention methods, such as the installation of tracking devices to protect their valuable agricultural equipment.

Selected applicants will benefit from a subsidised PROTECT tracking unit alongside a reduction in the cost of an annual subscription for the first year. This allows monitoring and tracking to assist in the recovery of stolen vehicles and equipment

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Chairperson of the PCSP, Councillor Oliver McMullan said: “Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP recognises that it’s important we continue to strengthen our relationships with partners to ensure we are all doing everything we can to prevent rural crime.

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