Call for ‘eyes and ears’ of beloved culture sites in new Heritage Watch scheme

Dacorum Chief Insp Glen Channer and Ashridge's National Trust general manager Kirsten Proctor at the Bridgewater Monument

Dacorum Chief Insp Glen Channer and Ashridge's National Trust general manager Kirsten Proctor at the Bridgewater Monument

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A police scheme designed to protect Dacorum’s historical sites and cultural monuments from a wide range of criminal activity launches today.

The new Heritage Watch initiative calls upon those with an interest in local history to become the eyes and ears of the area’s best-loved cultural assets and report any heritage crime attacks or threats.

According to the force, heritage crime is any offence which targets the historical environment – including natural landmarks and cultural property – such as theft, anti-social behaviour, criminal damage, unauthorised excavation and metal detecting.

 

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