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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) 4h
We will continue to engage with people and explain rules, but we do want to be clear that we will quickly move to enforcement if necessary, especially around repeat offenders, significant gatherings and people who deliberately put others at risk
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) 5h
You MUST wear a face covering on public transport, in shops and supermarkets, and other enclosed spaces. This is both for your safety and the safety of others. For more information on what the regulations are in your area, please check
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) 7h
There’s lots of misinformation about out there. It can be dangerous, and it can hinder the hard work that we are all doing to get through these unprecedented times. Keep yourself safe by getting your information from a trusted source.
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) 7h
Police officers and staff are working hard across the country to keep people safe this weekend. Help them do this by following Government guidance and maintaing social distancing.
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) 21h
Please do not call the police on 101 or 999 with general queries. Those numbers are there for policing matters, and answering those sort of calls can slow our response to others that police can help with.
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) 24h
The vast majority of people understand and support restrictions, which is helping to save lives. We will continue to engage with those that don’t and if necessary, we will move quickly to enforcement
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Thames Valley Police Oct 21
👀 WATCH | The moment officers responded to reports of a large gathering recently, amidst the Coronavirus pandemic 🤦 Our officers will be in our communities to explain the legislation, however if we see people knowingly breaching the restrictions, we will look to enforce 👮
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Department of Health and Social Care Oct 23
affects us all. No one is free from risk. Although most people recover without treatment, some people can experience 'Long Covid' for weeks or even months. If you are suffering from long-term symptoms, speak to your GP or visit:
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) Oct 23
Large gatherings such as these carry significant risk of transmitting coronavirus – they're currently banned for a good reason. When these events occur, police will act to disperse them, and, if necessary enforce with a fine.
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Glos OPCC Oct 23
A thanks to the public for all they've done so far - and a warning that young people will not be unfairly penalised in Gloucestershire. Find out what and discussed in their latest webcast.
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Cambs Police Oct 23
In the first few weeks of October (until 16th) we issued 25 fines: 😷 Failing to wear face coverings: 16 fines 👎 Gatherings of more than six: 5 fines 🏠 Failing to self-isolate: 2 fines 🚔 Large gatherings: 2 (£10k) fines Guidance 👉
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Essex Police Oct 23
Today we remember the 39 people who lost their lives on our shores in one year ago today. May they rest in peace.
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Sussex Police Oct 22
Bonfire night is 2 weeks away. Normally we say "go to an organised display" but it's all change this year. This includes the displays and processions in being cancelled. Please help keep our local communities safe by staying away.
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) Oct 22
We know most people will follow rules and work with us to help keep our communities safe. Officers will continue to engage, explain and encourage people to follow the rules. But we are prepared to disperse groups and issue fines where necessary.
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Glos Police Oct 22
Watch explain how the Constabulary will use £229k provided by the government to help prevent the spread of -19 in and deal with flagrant breaches of the regulations as part of
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Cheshire Police Oct 22
Covid-19 update | Chief Superintendent Martin Cleworth talks about our policing approach to the current Covid-19 restrictions. For more details and to find out about some of the work we’ve done visit -
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Cumbria Police Oct 22
To keep up to date with the government guidance regarding Covid-19 restrictions and rules, visit:
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Essex Police Oct 22
Sgt Lucy Bearman is one of the stars of the national police recruitment TV advert that launched in September 2020. Read about Lucy's experiences as a police officer and why she’d encourage other women to join the police.
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College of Policing Oct 22
❕Inspectors' exam update❕ Our website has been updated with information about the Inspectors' exam, the results and rescheduled dates, find out more:
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) Oct 22
Officers continue to engage with people, explain the latest regulations and encourage them to comply. However, officers will not hesitate to use enforcement powers to deal with those who deliberately flout the rules and put lives at risk
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