Moreton District Police Supt John Hallam Advise on Pandemic 2020-04-29
|We Speak with the New Supt Moreton Police District John Hallam, and his message is essential to all residents.
This week the message centres around the relaxing of some of the restrictions as of 12:12 am Saturday May 2, 2020 for residents to travel up to 50 kms from home while still maintaining social distancing measure when out and about for recreational purposes.
Extra police will be out questioning Queenslanders who are enjoying the first days of easing restrictions this weekend, as the state records just one new case of coronavirus.
Police will be out an about asking if you're from the same household, if you're keeping your distance,
Learner Drivers with a parent is permitted to drive so to gain hours of experience towards sitting your P Plate Test .
Police want to remind community members that if a crime is happening now, or you are in danger to contact Triple Zero (000).
If you would like to report a non-urgent matter, please visit the Policelink website.
Over the past few weeks, I have seen our community band together from men escorting ducklings across the road, a gentleman at Bribie Island handing out toilet paper, people making survival packs and engaging with their neighbours, people supplying meals to others to many more acts of kindness and support.
I am not only proud to serve this community as a Queensland Police Service officer, but to also live here and be apart of this community.
Keep up the great work everyone, support each other, be compassionate, understanding and stay safe.
We encourage you to take notice of the information being provided by Queensland Health, and to continue practicing social distancing and good hygiene habits.
We would also like to provide you with some lines of support from other government and non-government agencies.
Continue to look out for each other, be compassionate and patient and we will get through this together.
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