BHS Wiltshire has again teamed up with Wiltshire Rural Crime Team to sponsor an initial batch of new mini Horsewatch signs suitable for siting alongside tracks and bridleways adjacent to equestrian property.
Complementing the larger gate and building signs, the message is the same - to let potential offenders know that you are a member of a proactive Horsewatch group helping to prevent crime!
Horsewatch connects with horse owners and riders to improve equine and property security by sharing information in real time via text messaging, email alerts and increasingly social media as well as providing advice on crime prevention.
As part of the National Horsewatch Alliance, information of criminal or suspicious activity is shared across counties allowing a broad distribution of knowledge to be shared and acted upon.
To find out more about Horsewatch and the new mini Horsewatch signs, contact the Rural Crime Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured: PCSO John Bordiss of the Rural Crime Team and Civilian Co-ordinator Tracy Bartham install the first mini Horsewatch sign with BHS Wiltshire Membership Secretary Elaine Irvine.