Rural Crime Prevention
As part of our commitment to Rural Crime prevention and detection.
Cheshire Constabulary have been undertaking 100 days of action in relation to Rural Crime.
We are hosting a Live Rural Crime Web Chat at 7pm on Monday 16th November 2015.
If you have any questions in relation to Rural Crime both the Chief Constable Simon Byrne and Cheshire Police Crime Commissioner John Dwyer will be on the panel along with the Constabulary's rural and wildlife crime officers.
Knutsford Rural Beat Officer
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