In order to orientate the working method with regard to the control of the digital registration and the granted dispensation, a field trip was held on Saturday evening 20 February for the Parliamentary COVID-19 crisis committee. The Suriname Police Corps reports this today.
The Chairman of the Covid-19 KPS Coordination Team (CCT-KPS), the Police Commissioner Seedorf. H, the Minister of Justice and Police, K. Amoksi; The Chairman of The National Assembly (DNA) M. Bee and the Parliamentary Covid-19 Crisis Committee toured three different locations.
At the first location Gow2, which is located on the van ‘t Hogerhuysstraat, several people were stopped and checked whether or not they had dispensation. The first group of lockdown offenders to be stopped was allowed to continue on the road after being seriously addressed. The next group of persons not in possession of dispensation was immediately fined.
The trip was then continued and at the large hall on the grounds of the Police Academy, the delegation examined the course of the transferred lockdown offenders. There, the minister K. Amoksi handed a batch of mouth and nose covering to the commander. After this, the entire delegation headed to, the 2nd location, Jong A Kiem at Mr. J Lachmon Street. At that location a traffic check was carried out and summary proceedings were issued to persons whose affairs were not in order.
This group of traffic offenders who did not have a dispensation were taken to the large hall on the grounds of the Surinamese Police Academy. There they were fined for violation of the covid-19 measures.
The field trip ended with a word of thanks and encouragement from respectively the Minister of Justice and Police, K. Amoksi and the chairman of DNA M. Bee, reports the police.
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