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  • Wildlife crime

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    It can be difficult to know what is or isn’t a wildlife crime and when it’s right to involve us; wildlife crime takes many forms from hare coursing, trade in endangered species, badger persecution to poisoning or shooting birds and livestock worrying. Find out what is a crime and what you can do about it.

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  • What is wildlife crime?

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    What wildlife crime is and what can you do about it.

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  • What you can do about wildlife crime

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    What you can do about wildlife crime; if you think a crime has happened or are unsure about who to contact.

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  • From Sunday, 6 October until Sunday, 13 October Derbyshire’s rural crime team will be taking part in a national week of action to help combat rural and wildlife crime in our county.

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  • A dedicated rural and wildlife crime team is now operating across Derbyshire to tackle issues that affect our rural and farming communities.

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  • What is rural crime?

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    Certain types of crime are much more common in rural areas and some crimes, such as agricultural machinery and livestock theft, are uniquely rural.

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  • A man has been arrested on suspicion of theft and possession of class A drugs following the execution of a warrant at a Derbyshire Dales industrial site by officers from our rural crime team.

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  • A 25-year-old man from Sandiacre has been found guilty of hunting hares with a dog, following an incident on 12 December last year in Weston-on-Trent.

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  • Animal crime

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    Find out about the different types of animal crime and how to report it

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  • Fly-tipping and other littering

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    Find out how to report fly-tipping, littering and items left by drug users in a public place.

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