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Archive for October 2016

Warwickshire Horse Watch Support BHS ‘Dead Slow’ Campaign

The BHS have launched a concerted effort to encourage drivers to slow down. With an increasing number of reported accidents and incidents involving riders and cars, we’re building on our solid foundation of road safety education and campaigning to make drivers aware of the need to slow down to 15 miles per hour when they…

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Warwickshire Horse Watch Support Riding Clubs With Crime Prevention Advice

Occasionally there are incidents when riding clubs are targeted and equipment has been stolen.  Finding there was no particular advice for clubs Warwickshire Horse Watch put together a crime prevention advice sheet specifically to help riding club committees and put it on their award winning website www.warwickshire-horsewatch.co.uk. Following funding received from the Chief Constables Property…

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Warwickshire Horse Watch at The Gate Riding Club Show

Warwickshire Horse Watch Ambassadors were at The Gate RC, Nether Whitacre post coding horse tack to help deter equine crime.  As well as marking tack as a deterrent and a means of identification and recovery, the team also provided crime prevention advice to competitors and gate signs to Horse Watch members. Priory Commecial Photography Tamworth

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Tack Marking at Corley Yard

PCSO Emma Beard and Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Coordinator who is also Chair of Warwickshire Horse Watch, visited a stables near Corley and marked 18 saddles and bridles with the owners post code.  This acts as a deterrent and provides a means for the owner to identify their property.  As well as marking the tack…

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