Text size: A A A
Open Menu

National Rural Crime Network

National Rural Crime Network logoThe National Rural Crime Network is working to see greater recognition and understanding of the problems and impact of crime in rural areas so more can be done to keep people safe and make them feel safe too.

Established in July 2014, the Network is supported by 28 Police and Crime Commissioners, including Warwickshire, and police forces across England and Wales. The chair is Julia Mulligan the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire and the Vice-Chair is Tim Passmore, PCC for Suffolk.

In addition to PCCs and the police, the Network is supported by a wide range of other bodies with a deep interest in community safety and rural affairs. These include the Country Land and Business Association, the National Farmers Union, Neighbourhood Watch, Crimestoppers, Historic England and the Countryside Alliance.

Together, these members and supporters represent millions of people and as such the Network is uniquely placed to champion the needs of rural communities.

The NRCN’s website is www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net.

Latest on Twitter from @RuralCrimeNtwk

Sign up to our newsletter

Want to find out more about the Commissioner's work? Sign up for our free monthly newsletter.

Subscribe Now
Warwickshire Police Association of Police and Crime Commisioners Crimestoppers Warwickshire County Council Safe in Warwickshire Victim Support Action Fraud Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services