A total of 52 fines have been handed out to people found to be flouting lockdown rules in Staffordshire.
Public health regulations implemented on March 27 gave officers the right to impose fines to people if they failed to comply after they are spoken to regarding flouting the rules.
Figures released by the National Police Chiefs’ Council show nationally that up to Monday, May 11, 13,445 fixed penalty notices were handed.
These all related to people breaching government public health regulations surround the coronavirus.
In Staffordshire, 52 fines, which start from £60, were handed out in this time.
A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: “The efforts of the public over the past two weeks have meant police officers have rarely had to enforce the Government guidelines.
“However, there have been a number of occasions where we have had to issue fixed penalty notices to a small minority of people who, despite the best efforts of officers, have refused to follow the instructions.
“We will continue to enforce only when necessary and when people’s actions put others at risk.”