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14 Apr 2021 20:56
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    A massive spike in calls to Police's 10-5 non-emergency number - with requests for advice on covid rules and reporting breaches

    A massive spike in calls to Police's 10-5 non-emergency number - with requests for advice on covid rules and reporting breaches


    A Police spokesperson says on Sunday they had 3746 calls - about a 1000 more than normal.

    They are telling callers to go to the Government or police websites with covid queries.

    The spokesperson says the 10-5 line is busiest on Mondays - and says people can also easily report non emergency matters online any time.

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