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Borrowash man given Community Protection Warning after reports of poaching on Locko Estate and South Derbyshire

Alert message sent 12/03/2019 14:53:00

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Officers from our Borrowash and Ockbrook and South Derbyshire Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) have issued a 22-year-old man with two Community Protection Warnings.
 
The action was taken after reports of poaching on the Locko Estate and within South Derbyshire
 
The warning, amongst other stipulations, prevents the man from Borrowash entering the Locko Park Estate or private land in South Derbyshire without written permission.
 
PC John Aldred, an officer from the Borrowash and Ockbrook SNT, explained: “We and our colleagues in South Derbyshire have received numerous complaints about poaching on private land. This has a real detrimental effect on the landowners and is often accompanied with threats, anti-social behaviour and damage being caused.
 
“This man has been spoken to on several occasions in situations where we believe him to have been involved in this activity. The warning sets out the future behaviour that is expected of him and lets him know that we will be monitoring the situation.
 
“If there is a breach of this warning he can be issued with a notice whereby any breach constitutes a criminal offence and fine.
 
“We have taken the action to let him know that this activity will not be tolerated and to support the community who are being disrupted by the behaviour.”
 

 
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Paul Cannon (Divisional Comms officer, Staff, South Division)

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