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Police departments in Twitterverse

Police departments are increasingly joining online networking sites and they are now on Twitter.

For those not familiar with Twitter, it is an online tool that allows users to post short updates and find out what others are doing.  

Some of the updates (also known as tweets) range from an arrest for urinating in public from Boston Police to more formal employment announcements from Kennesaw Police.

Police departments in Florida with Twitter accounts include Boyton Beach,  Naples and Boca Raton police. 

Here is a good Twitter Guide for Newbies in case you care to join their Twitterverse.  

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citizen's watch

I think the 'cover story' was that the officer was in diabetic shock, which is why her fellow officers gave her food. Double standard?!?!

JH

It's "tweets" not "tweeds."

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