Report a rural crime anonymously

The NFU has partnered with the charity Crimestoppers to launch the Rural Crime Reporting Line, a service through which you can anonymously give information about four rural crimes.  You can either call the dedicated Rural Crime Reporting Line on 0800 783 0137 or visit...

Rural Crime Reporting

As part of their ongoing work to tackle the serious issues surrounding criminal behaviour on farms and in the wider countryside, the NFU has partnered with the charity Crimestoppers to launch the Rural Crime Reporting Line, a service through which information about...

Beware of phishing email with Police branding

Warwickshire Police has been made aware of a phishing email that is using police branding to provoke responses. The email says that the recipient is being summoned to court as a witness and asks them to follow a link, which could then lead to a virus or malware being...

Beware of rogue tarmac gangs

Farmers are warned to beware of rogue tarmac gangs targeting their premises. The gangs either door knock or more recently (and in a new twist to an old scam) phone the farm and claim they have some left over tarmac they want to get rid of. They imply that they would...