Police are calling for new powers to force entry into the homes of suspected lockdown violators after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new nationwide lockdown in England.
The appeal was made by David Jamieson, the Police and Crime Commissioner of the West Midlands Police, England’s second largest force.
“For the small minority of people who deny entry to police officers and obstruct their work, the power of entry appears to be a useful tool,” Jamieson said.
“I have raised this issue with the Minister of Police before and clarity on the power of entry would help police more easily enforce the new Covid regulations,” he added.
As we pointed out earlier, police are already breaking into people’s homes without warrants under the guise of enforcing lockdown restrictions, so any new laws will only codify the process.
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Given that most of the country was already under full de facto lockdown, the new national lockdown was announced by Boris Johnson primarily to give police more draconian powers.
The government has already said the new measures will continue until the end of March at the earliest, meaning the next 3 months will be filled with examples of police abusing their powers to target people just to try and live their lives. .
As we reported earlier, senior Scotland Yard officials have already said they will take more ‘drastic’ measures to enforce the lockdown, including questioning people on the streets and imposing more fines.
This despite the fact that the British had already been informed that police could not witness crimes such as burglaries due to budget cuts.
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