Supported by Lincolnshire Police
Lincolnshire Horse Watch is supported by Lincolnshire Police with the main aim being to provide a scheme where the eyes and ears of the equestrian community work together with Lincolnshire Police to gather and share information to protect all horses, ponies and property - learn more >>
How does it work?
PREVENTION - Horse Watch offers members advice on various crime prevention measures, such as equipment marking, yard security, freeze marking and microchipping and co-ordinators and volunteers can often arrange these sessions locally.
ALERTS - Any member of a group can notify their Horse Watch Co-ordinator of suspicious activity who will then disperse the message to all other members via their local police contacts and where relevant to other local police forces. As part of the UK Horse Watch Alliance this allows the exchange of information quickly throughout other Horse Watch Groups.
Horsewatch members benefit from the support of their community, security advice and tack marking. We also issue email messages and newsletters. You can join the Ringmaster Scheme operated by the police force to receive crime warnings and local news. Horse Watch can provide you with copies of our Horse and Equipment Record Form so all the vital information you need is at hand. Furthermore by completing the Trailer and Lorry Security Marking Form you can create proper identification records for your horses, equipment, horsebox or trailer and a record card for important numbers.
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