The Prime Minister has announced a series of new measures as part of the government’s response to coronavirus.
Provisional data released today show a continuing reduction in the number of fines issued since lockdown measures eased
Provisional figures show a significant reduction in the number of fines issued by police forces since lockdown restrictions were eased in England.
Monday, 18 May 2020, sees the launch of the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) speed enforcement operation.
Official figures released today (30 April) by the Home Office show that police forces in England and Wales have been boosted by 3,005 new officers in the last seven months. Provisional figures also show widespread continued compliance with public health regulations and minimal police enforcement.
The Government has today announced new public health regulations that will support officers in enforcing measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus. These powers will only be used by officers if an individual fails to comply after the officer has engaged with them, explained the risks to public health and encouraged voluntary compliance.
Police have tried and tested plans to support the UK’s response to the Coronavirus.
The government have announced today that the amount of funding available to the policing system for 2020 to 2021 will increase by more than £1.1 billion.
Chiefs warn that anyone getting behind the wheel after a festive drink or two faces the prospect of ending up behind bars this Christmas.
NPCC Chair encourages candidates to continue to engage with police about any concerns and report crimes.
All election candidates are today being issued with guidance to help them respond if they experience intimidatory behaviour or abuse during the election campaign.
Police across the UK are well prepared for the country to leave the European Union with or without a deal, the two police chiefs leading law enforcement planning have said.