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Parish Honorary Police

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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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04/09/2020... ​it’s illegal to litter the roads under a number of different laws

A reminder to those cutting their branchage, garden waste blown or swept onto a road as a means of disposal is not exempt! Vegetation overhanging the roads and footpaths must be cut and removed.

Do not deposit or leave any refuse (garden waste) on a road - it's an offence under the Policing of Roads (Jersey) Regulations 1959.

The Waste Management (Jersey) Law prohibits the deposit of controlled waste (garden waste) on any land unless otherwise exempt.

  
21/08/2020... the second Visites du Branchage are held 1-21 September

​Check out the date for your Parish:

St JohnThursday 3 September
St PeterThursday 3 September
St SaviourThursday 3 September
St ClementFriday 4 September
TrinityFriday 4 September
St MartinThursday 10 September
St OuenThursday 10 September
GrouvilleFriday 11 September
St HelierFriday 11 September
St LawrenceWednesday 16 September
St MaryThursday 17 September
St BreladeFriday 18 September

 

  
17/07/2020for all your hard work cutting the branchage.

​This means all road users can enjoy our lanes, roads and footpaths without obstruction. 

The second Visites du Branchage are in September https://parish.gov.je/Pages/Roads.aspx#branchage

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04/09/2020... ​it’s illegal to litter the roads under a number of different laws

A reminder to those cutting their branchage, garden waste blown or swept onto a road as a means of disposal is not exempt! Vegetation overhanging the roads and footpaths must be cut and removed.

Do not deposit or leave any refuse (garden waste) on a road - it's an offence under the Policing of Roads (Jersey) Regulations 1959.

The Waste Management (Jersey) Law prohibits the deposit of controlled waste (garden waste) on any land unless otherwise exempt.

  
21/08/2020... the second Visites du Branchage are held 1-21 September

​Check out the date for your Parish:

St JohnThursday 3 September
St PeterThursday 3 September
St SaviourThursday 3 September
St ClementFriday 4 September
TrinityFriday 4 September
St MartinThursday 10 September
St OuenThursday 10 September
GrouvilleFriday 11 September
St HelierFriday 11 September
St LawrenceWednesday 16 September
St MaryThursday 17 September
St BreladeFriday 18 September

 

  
17/07/2020for all your hard work cutting the branchage.

​This means all road users can enjoy our lanes, roads and footpaths without obstruction. 

The second Visites du Branchage are in September https://parish.gov.je/Pages/Roads.aspx#branchage

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