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Police officers and gendarmes are stepping up checks to verify that the French comply with the rules in force in the departments affected by partial confinement. At the Thun-l’Évèque toll booth, in the North, the France 2 teams were able to follow some of these checks on Friday March 26.
when 19 French departments are now affected by partial confinement, the gendarmes and police are increasing the number of road checks. Friday March 26, at the Thun-l’Évèque toll booth, in the North, surveillance is required. Inter-regional trips or trips to Belgium are in the sights of the police who require proof of trip to drivers.
“At more than 30 kilometers, a certificate was required and he did not have a certificate on him so the gentleman was fined 135 euros.“, explains Brigadier Marie Bakowski, of the motorized platoon of Cambrai. The concerned, meanwhile, accepts the fine and admits his wrongs:”I’m not surprised, I find it normal, I didn’t think about it, my head was elsewhere so well done for me.” “We are in an area where the virus is circulating a lot. Our presence here is made to limit travel to regions where, for the moment, the virus is circulating less“, says captain Damien Censier, also from the Cambrai motorized peloton.
. Field investigation with the motorized platoon of the Cambrai gendarmerie
. Sanef figures
. website of the Ministry of the Interior: https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestations-de-deplacement
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