Country Watch - a partnership between the police and organisations such as the National Rivers Authority, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the National Farmers' Union - was launched two years ago.
Superintendent Davina Logan, of Witney Police Division, is one of the officers going to the international conference in Canada.
She commented: 'It is continuing to be a success. The point to emphasise is that it is very much an evolutionary process; it is not something that happens overnight.
'We are communicating much better with our public in the rural communities and giving them the confidence to talk to us, and providing them with the facility to do that: by increasing our communication with them with mobile phones and making sure we have co-ordinators through which we can give intelligence and information to them'.