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Find our response to the coronavirus outbreak and how to report someone breaching the social restrictions
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Before completing this report please make sure you've read our coronavirus information page.

Only tell us about something if you feel there is a significant issue or serious breach of the restrictions. As you’d expect, we have to balance incidents like this with responding to and investigating our usual police demands and crimes.

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A business that’s not allowed to be open

You can read a full list of businesses that are not allowed to open by visiting this page.

About this incident

Is the business open now?
Have you seen this business open before during these restrictions?

People from more than two households gathering in one area

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Is there a group of seven or more people?
Are these people following the government’s social distancing guidelines?
Are they in the area right now?
Is this happening now?

You don’t need to report this to us

The government’s latest update means that people can spend time outdoors including private gardens and other outdoor spaces, in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines.

 

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Between 8am and midnight you can report this to us via live chat. Get started by selecting the live chat button. Outside of these times please call 101.

When speaking to an advisor tell them that you used the online form and it asked you to report the incident via live chat or 101.

Remember if a life is in danger please call 999 for a quicker response.