Police February Newsletter
January has seen a busy start to the year with a number of new initiatives starting up.
Operation Shield has been launched in the Macclesield area at a recent Rural Watch meeting at Blaze Farm on 28th January with over 40 Farmers and rural residents attended to listen to speakers from Cheshire Police and the NFU Mutual on ways to improve communication and fight rural crime.
It was an excellent night and we were pleased with the enthusiasm and commitment shown by all those who attended. This was mirrored at a similar meetng in Knutsford two days before where 35 farmers attended to discuss ways in which we can work together.
A number of initiatives are planned over coming months which will see us working with residents and farmers in new ways to reduce rural crime even further.
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