Can You Help? Rural Crime prevention
Please see the below request from Kreseda Smith who was the guest speaker at the recent Knutsford Ruralwatch meeting:
I am a Doctoral Researcher at Harper Adams University in Shropshire and am undertaking research addressing how the uptake of crime prevention measures can be improved on farms.
I am arranging a focus group with around half a dozen dairy/lowland livestock farmers from across the Cheshire area who are willing to talk about farm crime for about an hour on video. I already have some volunteers, but I am looking for more people to take part and you may be able to help.
An easily accessible venue will be arranged at a time to suit you, and nibbles will be provided. Your identity and comments will be kept anonymous in the research.
If you would be interested in being a part of this important research, please contact me to add your name to the participant list.
Miss Kreseda Smith
Doctoral Researcher, Harper Adams University
T: 01952 815113
"Tackling Farm Crime: Farmer behaviour and crime prevention decision making"
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