Police will resolve violations of the corona-rules of dialogue

From Wednesday at 10 o'clock, in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus forbidden to congregate publicly in groups of more than 10 persons, and a number o

Police will resolve violations of the corona-rules of dialogue

From Wednesday at 10 o'clock, in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus forbidden to congregate publicly in groups of more than 10 persons, and a number o

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
18 mart 2020 Wednesday 17:01
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Police will resolve violations of the corona-rules of dialogue

From Wednesday at 10 o'clock, in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus forbidden to congregate publicly in groups of more than 10 persons, and a number of places should be shut down.

to enforce the ban, the police have decided to increase the patrolling, but you will in the first instance, not come out with fire and and bødeblokken in the hand.

on Wednesday, the Police issued guidelines to the country's police districts on how the ban should be enforced.

Of the guidelines, which Therefore has been given access to, shows that notifications of breaches must be a priority.

But it also appears that the police in the first place must exercise discretion and attempt to resolve the issue with dialogue.

If a patrol encounters an assembly with more than 10 persons, it must first assess whether the group is together in such a way that there is a particular danger for coronasmitte.

- In the assessment can, for example, emphasis on making persons stand as 'herring in a barrel', shoulder to shoulder, or otherwise close together, whether the characters find themselves in - or outdoors, and the behaviour in question, it says in the guidelines.

In the first place, the police call on those present to leave the site. If this does not help, the police in issuing an injunction to leave the site, and if that does not help, those accused of violating the ban.

At the events, where there are more than 10 persons, the police have to contact the organizer and ask him or her to bring the number of contestants down to 10. If the organizer does not authorise the event, the police have to close it.

the Same guidelines apply for shops, restaurants, pubs, hairdressers, etc., in violation of the ban open.

Here, the holder is urged to close, and if it does not help, will the site be closed down by the police - if necessary by the use of 'appropriate force'.

The stricter restrictions apply in the first instance, up to 30. march. The penalty for violating them is a fine of 1500 dollars.

Updated: 18.03.2020 17:01
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