How to report Derbyshire people to police for breaching lockdown rules

The UK is on lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus and save lives.

By Michael Broomhead
Sunday, 5th April 2020, 9:29 am
Updated Sunday, 5th April 2020, 9:30 am

It means people can only leave home for four reasons – to buy food, to attend medical appointments or to pick up supplies, to exercise once a day and for essential travel to work.

Police have powers to enforce the lockdown rules and can arrest and fine offenders.

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The message is simple - stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives.

To report people who you think are breaking the Covid-19 measures in Derbyshire, visit this page on the Derbyshire Constabulary website.

You can also send a send a private message on the Derbyshire Constabulary Facebook page or send a direct message via the force’s contact centre on Twitter

During a Government briefing on Saturday, NHS England medical director Stephen Powis said: “It’s the lives and the health of all of us – our friends, our relatives, your friends, your relatives – that depend upon us following these instructions.”

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