Not one fine was issued across the Orana Mid-Western Police District the first weekend after COVID-19 restrictions eased.
Lockdown ended in Dubbo along with the rest of the state last Monday, after reaching the 70 per cent double-dose vaccination milestone.
As a result those fully vaccinated against COVID were granted more freedoms, included being welcomed back inside businesses for the first time in two months.
Orana Mid-Western Police District Commander, Superintendent Danny Sullivan said he was "extremely pleased" with the community's response to the roadmap to recovery following the first weekend out of lockdown.
"There were people out doing the right thing in numbers over the weekend, which is very pleasing," he said.
Over the weekend, across the Orana Mid-Western Police District, officers conducted 189 inspections to businesses and people to ensure they were complying with the Public Health Order including showing their vaccination certificates and wearing face masks.
"I'm so pleased to say as a consequence of all that work not a single infringement was issued," he said.
"For me, that shows our community is taking this really seriously and working together.
"We know by doing this and supporting our local business in particular we can move forward on this roadmap, and have demonstrated once again just how good we are when it comes to coming together in a time of crisis."
As part of the road to recovery, NSW police had an increased presence among the districtto ensure people were not only doing the right thing, but businesses felt safe and secure going ahead.
"This is all about getting us back on our feet," he said.
"This was to make sure people did the right thing, particularly around showing their vaccination status and going into our local businesses.
"It was also to support local businesses so they felt safe and secure, and to support our local community so they felt safe as we all journey together on the roadmap to recovery."
Supt Sullivan said police would continue to enforce the rules within the Public Health Order and support the emergency management committee.
"If people do their part, which I'm so pleased to say they clearly have demonstrated both the capacity and capability to do that, then we'll get out of this situation as quick as we possibly can, with the least amount of impact on everyone," he said.