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04 04 2020

Alert message sent 04/05/2020 21:47:00

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Dear E coppers.
Todays shift was from midday to 10.00pm. After rest days there is always lots of emails to catch up on, and self briefing needs to be done.
I have to say that nothing of real concern had arisen since last week. Complaints from people who have noticed house holds in their street who appear to be breaking covid rules. My crew partner and I were instructed to look into a couple of these reports. Both reports although meant in the best of interests, proved to be law abiding. Care workers and family members who live at the same address causing the concern. A tour of local shops and Pharmacies, in March, Chatteris and Whittlesey again found people acting responsibly.  Tonight has been particuarly quiet, with roads completely empty.
I remember being in Secondary School ( before the Academy came to a community near you) and reading a book in class. It detailed a future state where a man decided to break rules and go for a walk. Only to be found by a patrolling Robot machine, that did not acknowledge "Walking" and the man was arrested. That is not happening of course, but I remember thinking, Empty streets, People being challenged about being out of the house ?? What a silly story. If I had realised this would actually happen, my 14 year old self might have felt a little scared. We live through strange times. But we will live through it, and come out the other side.
Stay safe, and Take Care.
Pcso Jonathan Hall
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Jonathan Hall (Police, PCSO, Cambridgeshire)

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