Over 100 people break curfew on New Year’s Eve; on January 1, “102” emergency line receives more than 29,000 calls — National Police
On the first day of the year, the National Police received more than 29,000 calls via “102” emergency line. Mariana Reva, Spokeswoman of the National Police of Ukraine made this statement during a briefing at Media Center Ukraine — Ukrinform.
“On January 1, the National Police received more than 29,000 messages to “102” emergency line. More than 5,500 calls reported criminal activities, most of the calls were made for information purposes, and there were calls to report various types of administrative offenses. The majority of the calls reported hooliganism, theft, robbery and fraud,” — Reva said.
The Spokeswoman of the National Police noted that there were no mass violations of the curfew on the night of December 31 to January 1.
“On New Year’s Eve, the curfew coincided with the air raid alert, so, as a rule, people were in shelters and, accordingly, did not violate the curfew en masse. However, such cases were recorded. A little more than 100 such cases were recorded on New Year’s night, more than 60 of them in Kyiv,” — Reva added.
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