Thames Valley Police issued 878 fines for breach of lockdown regulations between 27th March and 25th May according to the latest figures, the 5th highest of any force in England.
The Metropolitan force topped the table of fines with 1,035.
The numbers have fallen since 12th May but the minimum fine is now £100.
The figures are compiled by the National Police Chiefs’ Council.
National Police Chiefs’ Council Chair Martin Hewitt said:
“As restrictions are carefully eased, the public have been able to go about their business in greater numbers, and with greater flexibility.
“The collective public effort over the past two months has meant police officers have only rarely had to step in to enforce regulations and even less so in the past few weeks. I am confident the vast majority will continue to act responsibly. We will be issuing guidance to officers on how to approach new changes to the regulations in the coming days.
“The overarching aim of the police response has always been to keep people as safe as possible, and encourage them to follow the regulations, thereby reducing the transmission of the virus. We will continue to play our part and are grateful for all of the positive engagement we have had with the public to date.”