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Police told to ‘use reasonable force' on CHILDREN for flouting COVID 19 lockdown

2 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

POLICE Officers have been told they will be entitled to use "reasonable force" on children if they disregard social distancing measures.
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Coronavirus lockdown police told they can use force on CHILDREN if they're caught flouting social distancing rules

Coronavirus lockdown police told they can use force on CHILDREN if they're caught flouting social distancing rules

2 monthes ago   |   By The Sun


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Police can use 'reasonable force' on children suspected of flouting coronavirus lockdown rules

Police can use 'reasonable force' on children suspected of flouting coronavirus lockdown rules

2 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

The College of Policing says the police can use 'reasonable force' if a youngster is believed to be 'outside of their premises without reasonable excuse' during the lockdown .
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