By Connie Osborne Friday 01 November 2013 Updated: 01/11 07:22
ALCESTER’S Olympic showjumping champion has become an ambassador for a scheme which prevents horse related crimes.
London 2012 Gold medallist Nick Skelton OBE is backing the Warwickshire Horse Watch scheme, a partnership between Warwickshire Police and horse owners in the county which provides advice on crime prevention and alerts on incidents.
“People need to be more aware and take precautions to keep their tack and horses safe both at home and when out competing, Warwickshire Horse Watch gives guidance on how to do this and also lets people know about incidents in the area.”
The group currently has over 750 members who receive email alerts directly from Warwickshire Police, as well as 1,270 likes on its Facebook page and 150 followers on Twitter.
Visit www.warwickshire-horsewatch.co.uk for more information or to sign up to the scheme.
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