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Angling Trust Fisheries Enforcement Workshop (South East)
Saturday 5th October 2019
 
Brinsbury College, Brinsbury Campus Conference Suite, North Heath, Pulborough, West
Sussex, RH20 1DL.
In partnership with the Environment Agency and Police, the Angling Trust will be running six further Fisheries Enforcement Workshops this autumn.
Entirely funded by freshwater rod licences, these essential courses are FREE to attend.
Aimed at anglers, fishery owners and managers, angling club bailiffs and anyone with an interest in protecting fish and fisheries, these Workshops provide training from policing and enforcement professionals.
These are full days, running between 0900 – 1630 hours (approx.)
Tea and coffee will be served free throughout but delegates need to bring their own packed lunch and refreshments. See FAQs
Course content covers:-
Fisheries Enforcement Campaign
Theft Act: Fishing Without Permission and Fish Theft
EA Fisheries Enforcement
Best Practice for Water Bailiffs
Nets, Lines & Traps
Migrant Anglers: Building Bridges Project
Health & Safety/Risk Assessment
Conflict Resolution
Wildlife & Rural Crime Overview
For more information and booking your place for this free event please see below : 
 
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/angling-trust-fisheries-enforcement-workshop-south-east-tickets-62577395675 
 
 
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Phillip Ball (Police, Volunteer Co-ordinator CountryWatch, Sussex)

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