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Horse Watch

Join Horse Watch to receive free crime alerts and crime prevention information from Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police and occasionally from neighbouring counties.

Horse Watch is a free scheme where we will alert you when a crime or suspicious incident occurs, to allow you to review your own security measures and better protect yourself, your property, your tack and your horse from harm. West Mercia Horsewatch

Horse Watch is a group set up to help combat the theft of equines, tack, trailers and horse boxes. You do not have to live in the Warwickshire or West Mercia area to join.

Horse watch also has a very active Facebook page as well as an informative website containing a wealth of crime prevention advice along with information on effective security items and solutions.

Being a member of a watch scheme is a two way process. We will provide you with crime alert messages about incidents which have occurred in your area and, in exchange, we would expect you to tell us about suspicious persons, vehicles or activity. Before almost every crime there is usually some suspicious activity.  Therefore it is vital that you help us, to help you.

If you are interested in getting involved or are already part of a local Horse Watch group please get in touch.

West Mercia Horse Watch is an in dependant scheme supported by West Mercia Police. To join West Mercia Horse Watch, contact Lesley Williams, Tracey Freeman-Taylor or Alison Watkins via the below email and sign up to receive free equine and rural related alert messages.


To register to receive free crime alerts and crime prevention information, click on the link below and when prompted select the 'Rural' group.

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Your SNT (Safer Neighbourhood Team) page will include local information, news, crime trends and policing priorities.

For more information regarding your SNT please click on the link below:

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