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Coronavirus (COVID-19): the policing response and what you need to know

Sheep worrying

We will be actively contacting farmers and smallholdings to promote our Farm Watch scheme and to discuss signage that we have available to encourage dog walkers to keep their dogs on leads.

If you would like to find out more or discuss any concerns you may have, you can always contact your local beat managers by calling them on 101.

Actions

  • Tuesday 10th March, 2020

    We have promoted keeping dogs on leads via our  Facebook account and offer the Farm and Horse Watch schemes and have put signs to help with crime prevention.

  • Sunday 12th January, 2020

    This has recently occurred again. We are handing out signs to farmers to put on their gates, to ask dog walkers to keep their dogs on leads to try and help this situation.

  • Sunday 22nd September, 2019

    Another report of sheep worrying. We rely on the public to alert us when this is seen and encourage dog owners to keep their dogs on leads.

  • Saturday 27th July, 2019

    We promote crime prevention advice re sheep worrying.

  • Wednesday 22nd May, 2019

    We continue to offer advice to dog walkers and promote keeping dogs on leads.

  • Saturday 9th March, 2019

    Safety advice regarding sheep worrying is regularly updated on our Exmoor Facebook page and signage has been given out in conjunction with Farm Watch.

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