The rural community across Causeway Coast and Glens is being urged to sign up for an innovative crime prevention scheme before the final deadline later this month.
The successful pilot project, initiated by Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) and the PSNI, aims to tackle the blight of rural crime.
Applications made up until today (Friday 5th March) will be assessed for eligibility next week.
If you can’t meet this deadline, there’s another opportunity to apply by Friday 29th March.
The scheme, in partnership with Cantrack Global Ltd, supports farmers and rural dwellers to install tracking devices which act as a theft deterrent, helping to protect and track valuable agricultural equipment.
Successful selected applicants will benefit from a subsidised PROTECT tracking unit alongside a reduction in the cost of an annual subscription for the first year. This allows monitoring and tracking to assist in the recovery of stolen vehicles and equipment