Neighbourhood Watch launches Protect Your Pooch campaign

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In response to the increased fear of pet theft, Neighbourhood Watch has launched their Protect Your Pooch campaign.

The Protect Your Pooch campaign encourages people to keep their pets secure, in sight and searchable, and to help make pet theft a specific criminal offence.

The Met Police and Crimestoppers are backing their secure, in sight and searchable message. More information on the campaign can be found on the website: www.ourwatch.org.uk/protectyourpooch.

You can print this poster and display it by clicking HERE

This poster can be printed from the Neighbourhood Watch website

Help make pet theft a specific criminal offence by signing a petition or writing to your MP. Find out more on www.ourwatch.org.uk/protectyourpooch

Their campaign will run on social media from 17th – 30th May but those who do not use social media can support the campaign by displaying the poster, or attending the online Dog Theft webinar on the 27 May at 5pm. The webinar will be led by Neighbourhood Watch Network with speakers from the Met Police and Crimestoppers, as well as special guest speaker Katy Bourne, Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex. To book your place, click here.

If anybody wants to have a Protect Your Pooch campaign pack, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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