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Police Provide Facility to Report Coronavirus Breaches Online

Kent Police have introduced a new webpage where you can report breaches of Coronavirus measures. The site will allow anyone to report where people are out in groups or outside for non-essential purposes.

The new site will allow anyone to become a potential whistleblower and grass up their neighbours. All curtain twitchers who have already seen every episode of Bargain Hunt are relishing the opportunity to have something else to do now. You can also use this via your mobile phone, but unless you live overlooking a park, people are at risk of getting busted themselves if they go out looking for others also breaching the measures.

Once you have reported a potential breach, you can wait six hours for the police to turn up to investigate. The police are already under pressure trying to cope, so no doubt they will be overjoyed with the additional workload.

People can also help the police by STAYING INDOORS and only leaving their home for essential trips. Essential trips do not include playing football, sunbathing, feeding the ducks, looking for some new make-up or driving 60 miles to your nearest beach. But you can still go for a run in skin-tight lycra if you wish!

The new reporting page can be found at this link https://www.kent.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/c19/tell-us-about-possible-breach-coronavirus-measures/

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