Fighting back against Rural Crime was high on the agenda at a recent annual meeting held by the National Gamekeepers Organisation in association with BASC at Hartpury College.
An insightful presentation by PC Ashley Weller, Cotswold Rural and Environmental Crime Liaison Officer for Gloucestershire Police, highlighted the need to protect farm machinery, ATVs and UTVs from theft.
PC Weller talked the guests through the various security measures, in particular the effectiveness of tracking devices which quickly help the Police locate a stolen machine.
Tim Rochfort from T H WHITE attended and was delighted to support the event by supplying an ATV TRAC tracking device as the main raffle prize – our thanks go to Rupert Archer-Smith of ATV TRAC for his generosity.
Using technology derived from Bike Trac’s highly effective motorcycle tracking and recovery system, ATV TRAC is a discreet ATV and asset tracker that monitors the movements of your machinery in real-time via an easily-installed app on your phone or tablet, allowing you to view status and location history 24/7 with notification of unauthorised movements. As well as GPS tracking, the system also incorporates radio frequency detection, which means that the device is Thatcham Category 6 and Category 7 approved. Substantial insurance discounts can be claimed when your kit is fitted with ATV TRAC.
For further information about ATV TRAC please contact Tim Rochfort on 07973 911934 or come and talk to us about it at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, 2-6 May.