Rural Spotters Event, November 30
Friday, October 22nd, 2021
UPDATE: THIS MEETING HAS HAD TO BE CANCELLED/POSTPONED. WE SHALL POST WHEN FURTHER INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE
From Helen Evans, Thames Valley Police Equine Liaison Volunteer, via Neighbourhood Alert
Thames Valley Police are inviting interested horse riders to attend a Rural Spotters Evening on TUESDAY 30th NOVEMBER 2021 at Amersham for 19.15 registration and a 19.30 start. The meeting aims to give you information about Rural Spotters, the opportunity to ask questions and to join up.
Rural Spotters are volunteers who act as the eyes and ears of the Police in rural areas, and liaise with their local community. They will be riders who look out for anything suspicious whilst out on their normal hacking routes. Training will be given, assessments made, Hi Vis vests handed out. We already have an active team of enthusiastic Spotters and are looking to recruit more.
Bookings in advance only please. You will not be admitted if you haven’t booked. Please confirm that you have been double vaccinated against Covid 19. If you test Covid positive during the 7 days prior to the meeting please advise us and do not attend.
For more details, please contact me, via email RuralSpottersCSB@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk.
Looking forward to meeting you.
TVP Equine Liaison Volunteer
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