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More officers on the beat in the villages after cash boost to Notts rural crime teams

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More officers on the beat in the villages after cash boost to Notts rural crime teams

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Friday, 28 January 2022

Nottinghamshire Police

New resources to help tackle rural crime have been announced this week as part of a cash injection into rural policing.

New police officers, equipment and training are being introduced as the force continues and renews it’s commitment to tackling rural crime.

Residents can expect to see specialist beat officers in rural areas across the county to ensure communities see more visible front-line policing. As well as this, 10 new single points of contact for rural crime will also be introduced into the control room to improve expertise among call takers and dispatchers whenever a crime or incident is reported in.
As part of the plan to tackle rural crime, this money will also be used to invest in new state-of-the-art equipment to ensure officers have the tools they need. This will include new drones, off-road motorbikes, fixed and mobile Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras in rural locations, thermal imaging goggles and 4×4 vehicles.

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