From tomorrow: Police checkpoints will be removed and returned at night

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The endless traffic jams caused by the police checkpoints have caused the police to recalculate a route, and starting tomorrow (Thursday), the checkpoints will be removed from the roads during the day.

According to the publication in ‘News 12’, the police decided to be attentive to criticism and change policy, regarding checkpoints – which will be set up only at night.

To continue to enforce even during the day, Traffic Division motorcycles will stop vehicles for inspection at random in order to check the purpose of the drivers ride and make sure they are on their way to a vital purpose.

The police decision came after in recent days there has been a lot of criticism of the way police enforcement is enforced through breathing barriers, causing unbearable traffic jams, for those who had to get to their vital workplace.

Earlier today, Acting Police Commissioner Superintendent Motti Cohen said that preparations should be made to increase enforcement during the Sukkot holiday.

The first step in increasing enforcement, according to Cohen, is that during the pre-holiday, police officers will focus on advocacy and dialogue activities with communities and leaders. This activity will also include prevention through warnings and physical visits to the various hotspots.

In addition, dedicated reinforcement forces will be assigned throughout the country, which will pass through synagogues from tomorrow and carry out extensive information activities and clarifications regarding what is allowed and what is forbidden during the holidays.

Also, starting on the eve of the holiday, determined and uncompromising enforcement will be carried out in the centers of forbidden gatherings on these Sukkot and in general. Enforcement will include, among other things, imposing fines on those responsible and violators and dispersing gatherings that are contrary to regulations.







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