Two restaurants and a registered club are among the latest businesses and individuals to be issued PINs for not complying with Public Health Orders.
- About 7.45pm yesterday (Thursday 3 September 2020), police received information a restaurant on Snowy River Avenue, Jindabyne, was not complying with Public Health Orders. Officers from Monaro Police District attended the venue a short time later and observed a large crowd of people inside the venue. The female owner was subsequently issued with a $1000 PIN.
- About 6.30pm on Saturday 29 August 2020, officers from Eastern Beaches Police Area Command were conducting proactive patrols when they noted a restaurant on Clovelly Rd, Randwick, appeared to be over capacity. Police claim the venue was failing to adhere to a COVID-19 Safety Plan and had been taking additional bookings. The male licensee was issued with a $1000 PIN.
- About 11.30pm on Wednesday 25 August 2020, officers from Monaro Police District were called to a unit at a ski resort on Snowy River Avenue, Jindabyne, following reports of a party. Officers arrived to find more than 20 people in attendance. Police subsequently issued three occupants each with a $1000 PIN.
- About 8.15pm on Saturday 22 August 2020, police attended a recreational shooting club on Heathcote Road, Heathcote, after receiving reports it was not complying with Public Health Orders. Officers from Sutherland Shire Police Area Command asked to see the club’s COVID-19 Safety Plan; however, they claim the club was unable to supply one. The woman was issued with a $1000 PIN.
Police continue to appeal to the community to report suspected breaches of any ministerial direction or behaviour which may impact on the health and safety of the community.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.