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Parish Honorary Police

Find out more at yourparishneedsyou.je 

The Honorary Police provide an essential and valuable service to the Parish and community in which we live.

Each Parish has its own Honorary Police made up of volunteers from all walks of life. Many work full time and also serve in the Honorary Police with the encouragement and support of their employer.

Honorary Police officers are elected by parishioners as Centeniers, Vingteniers or Constable's Officers.

Supporting your Parish Honorary Police benefits –

  • you - broaden your skills, discover new interests and learn "on the job" as you assist people in their hour of need.
  • your business - problem solving, decision making, team building, leadership and responsibility skills and training are all transferable to the workplace.
  • your community – help to maintain law and order in your Parish and community.
  
  
  
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28/04/2021... beach restrictions apply from 1 May 2021

Lockdown restrictions may be easing but dog owners are reminded the summer restrictions on Jersey beaches come into force on Saturday 1 May 2021. 

The restrictions mean that all dogs must be kept on a lead on the beach between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. Horse-riding is also prohibited on the beach between these hours. The restrictions apply from 1 May to 30 September.

With more people likely to be out and about enjoying the beaches and countryside over the bank holiday weekend all Chefs de Police are asking dog owners and horse-riders to consider other beach users.

Chairman of the Comité des Chefs de Police has said –

The Comité des Chef de Police wishes to remind dog owners, in particular, that from Saturday 1 May they must ensure their dog is kept on a lead if on the beach between 10.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m.

With sunrise now at 5.45 a.m. and sunset at 8.30 p.m. there are plenty of daylight hours to walk your dog on the beach off the lead.

Dog owners must also clean up after their dog and this applies not only to beaches but also to parks, sand dunes, footpaths and roads.

There are frequently complaints about dog faeces and owners must clean up after their dogs and dispose of the litter in one of the many waste bins provided around the island. If you can't find a bin then take the litter home with you – don't discard the bag in the hedge or trees.

A fine of up to £1,000 can be imposed for breaching the summer restrictions and for not cleaning up after your dog.

 

  
12/04/2021Check out the 2021 dates for the Visites du Branchage where you live - see https://parish.gov.je/Pages/Roads.aspx#branchage  

Please make sure overhanging branches and foliage are cut back and removed so roads and footpaths are safe for all to use. Thank you.

  
22/01/2021Dog licences must be purchased this month

Although Parish Halls may be closed other than by appointment during the covid restrictions, business continues as usual and dog licences are being issued.

A licence must be purchased for every dog which is over 6 months old.

Application forms are on this website https://parish.gov.je/Pages/Licences.aspx#dog - just return it with the licence fee of £10 per dog before 31 January (or £20 per dog from 1 February).

A licence is not required for a guide dog kept and used solely by a blind person or a deaf person.

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28/04/2021... beach restrictions apply from 1 May 2021

Lockdown restrictions may be easing but dog owners are reminded the summer restrictions on Jersey beaches come into force on Saturday 1 May 2021. 

The restrictions mean that all dogs must be kept on a lead on the beach between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. Horse-riding is also prohibited on the beach between these hours. The restrictions apply from 1 May to 30 September.

With more people likely to be out and about enjoying the beaches and countryside over the bank holiday weekend all Chefs de Police are asking dog owners and horse-riders to consider other beach users.

Chairman of the Comité des Chefs de Police has said –

The Comité des Chef de Police wishes to remind dog owners, in particular, that from Saturday 1 May they must ensure their dog is kept on a lead if on the beach between 10.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m.

With sunrise now at 5.45 a.m. and sunset at 8.30 p.m. there are plenty of daylight hours to walk your dog on the beach off the lead.

Dog owners must also clean up after their dog and this applies not only to beaches but also to parks, sand dunes, footpaths and roads.

There are frequently complaints about dog faeces and owners must clean up after their dogs and dispose of the litter in one of the many waste bins provided around the island. If you can't find a bin then take the litter home with you – don't discard the bag in the hedge or trees.

A fine of up to £1,000 can be imposed for breaching the summer restrictions and for not cleaning up after your dog.

 

  
12/04/2021Check out the 2021 dates for the Visites du Branchage where you live - see https://parish.gov.je/Pages/Roads.aspx#branchage  

Please make sure overhanging branches and foliage are cut back and removed so roads and footpaths are safe for all to use. Thank you.

  
22/01/2021Dog licences must be purchased this month

Although Parish Halls may be closed other than by appointment during the covid restrictions, business continues as usual and dog licences are being issued.

A licence must be purchased for every dog which is over 6 months old.

Application forms are on this website https://parish.gov.je/Pages/Licences.aspx#dog - just return it with the licence fee of £10 per dog before 31 January (or £20 per dog from 1 February).

A licence is not required for a guide dog kept and used solely by a blind person or a deaf person.

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