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CESAR discounts to help protect from Rural Crime

Monday, October 12th, 2020

Rural Crime is one of the 22 concerns available for Residents to select in our Quarterly survey. Whilst it has never figured in the top 5 choices, there is a consistent voice of concern. In our most recent survey, Rural Crime figured in ninth position, with votes from 9% of respondents. Several accompanying comments made clear the problem of machinery being targetted for theft.

The CESAR scheme was set up around ten years ago to provide an official equipment security and registration scheme. It seeks to deter theft and aid recovery, using Datatag ID technologies, and registration of equipment on a secure database.

CESAR is offering significant discounts (of the order of 50%) to residents of the Thames Valley Police area until the end of 2020. These are listed on the flyer below:

description of cesar scheme for security marking of vehicles and equipment

Further explanation of the CESAR scheme can be found on their website – https://cesarscheme.org/ – and in the video below.

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