TALLINN - Starting from Wednesday, more police officers than usual can be seen patrolling the streets of Estonia to monitor adherence to emergency situation rules and loudspeakers will be used by police to communicate information to as many people as possible in an efficient and contact-free manner.
Director general of the Police and Border Guard Board Elmar Vaher said the police are already monitoring adherence to movement restrictions and this is initially done through communication. "A police officer's strongest power is their communication skills and eva...
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