Help at hand to reduce risk

OVER coming weeks, NSW Police will address the community to discuss the serious effects of rural crime and to encourage members of the public to make a report.

“While we’re calling on farmers and the wider community to report rural crime, we’re also sharing useful tips on how to secure your property, stock and produce to reduce the risk of any incident occurring,” Assistant Commissioner Geoff McKechnie said.

“In addition, property owners can carry out a comprehensive farm security assessment designed to help farmers assess the security of their properties, recognise areas of potential vulnerability and therefore improve prevention measures.”

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