But he said a guide created to help officers prosecute fines was “poorly worded” and didn’t “properly articulate the process for fines and warnings” in relation to the chief health officer directions. “I can see from the way that you read the guidance note that was put out that, in hindsight, was poorly worded,” he said. It was poorly worded that would lead to that view, I completely understand that. Police Association of Victoria secretary Wayne Gatt had said on Monday the note was a “wee bit frustrating” for members. Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton says 60 fines have already been handed out and you won't believe the reasons for some.