A new online form where the public can dob in anyone they suspect of flouting the COVID-19 alert level four restrictions was launched by police on Sunday, and it's already seen 4200 reports.
The new form allows the public to report breaches of self-isolation, as well as non-essential businesses who may be continuing to operate despite the lockdown.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush urges New Zealanders to use the form instead of calling police with their reports.
"We know people want to do the right thing if they see others flouting the restrictions, but we want to ease the load on the non-emergency phone number," Bush said in a statement on Sunday.
"Police will take the information reported online and make contact to remind those breaching the restrictions of their responsibilities."
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also reiterated the importance of using the online form, saying more than 2000 calls reporting self-isolation breaches were made to the 111 emergency number.
"It's always best to do it from the form rather than the phone," she said.
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