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Farm crime under microscope

FARMERS are the target of asecurityexpo beingorganisedby police this week.
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A FARM Security Expo will be held thisweek to educate farmers about home security following an increase in agricultural burglaries last year.

In the 12 months leading up to March 2016, there were 331 burglaries recorded on farmland or agricultural properties across Victoria – up from 272 the year before.

Delivered across two days, thisweek’s expo held in Bendigo will highlight issues affecting the farming community, including theft and burglary.

Inspector Paul Gardiner said the most common items stolen were livestock, firearms, ammunition and other farming equipment.

“We know that farming properties and residences are viewed by criminals as easy targets because they can be very isolated,” Inspector Gardiner said.

“We often see farming equipment taken which ends up being extremely costly to replace.This can have a huge impact on productivity, income and livelihoods.

“We know there are strong networks amongst these rural communities, and by sharing information and experiences we can start the conversation about farm security.

“Ultimately we want to prevent more people becoming victims of crime.

“The expo provides a platform for farmers and the police to work together to minimise the risks involved in managing rural properties.”

The Farm Security Expo will be held at Bendigo Stadium on Thursday and Friday.

It will be delivered by Victoria Police, Crime Stoppers and the VictorianFarmersFederation.

The expo will include presentations and displays highlighting proactive measures and technology to improve farm safety.

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