Residents have been warned they "ought to count on" to be fined in the event that they break coronavirus guidelines when exercising outdoors.
Hampshire Police have stated the general public ought to observe the lockdown guidelines whereas staying of their village, city or a part of city the place they stay.
A response from the drive and the Hampshire County Council (HCC) on their understanding of the coronavirus laws has been requested.
This comes after totally different interpretations and approaches have been adopted throughout the nation.
Superintendent Phil Lamb stated: “All of us have a duty to observe each the laws and pointers in place to guard the NHS and save lives.
"Those that don’t observe the laws in place to restrict the unfold of the virus ought to count on to be fined."
He added: “In keeping with authorities pointers, 'staying native' means staying within the village, city or a part of city the place you reside. The rules urge folks to not go away their space.
“The police will likely be interested by why individuals are out of their properties and can proceed to interact with the general public, clarify the laws and encourage folks to conform.
“When folks break the laws and are absent from their properties with out a affordable excuse, officers can take enforcement motion and situation a Mounted Penalty Discover (FPN). don't break the laws, officers will encourage folks to observe the rules. "
Nevertheless, Mr Lamb confused that they’re assured that almost all of individuals will act responsibly, obey the foundations and pointers.
A spokesperson for HCC confused that train must be executed regionally "the place potential", including that the general public ought to proceed to maintain a distance of 2m from anybody not belonging to them. to his dwelling or to the assist bubble.
The spokesperson added: 'Over the previous seven days we’ve got began to see a gradual and gradual decline within the variety of instances in Hampshire, which reveals that by enjoying by the foundations and following these easy behaviors , we will all make a distinction.
"Now greater than ever, we should proceed to work collectively to stop the unfold of the virus, shield our communities and save lives."