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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

New Policing Consultancy 4Policing has held their first live ‘TweetSession’, 4Policing invited tweeters to make contributions on the impact of social media on Police Demand.

Tweeting begun at 8am and Gathered the thoughts of front line police officers in relation to Police call outs relating to Social Media websites such as Facebook and Twitter, Highlighting and raising awareness of the growing trend in Social Media Police Demand.

The ‘TweetSession’ raised clear awareness that Social Media is having a direct impact on policing within the United Kingdom.

One Tweeter raised issue that what happens within social media is unacceptable within society, but has become the norm within social media.

Peter Kirkham highlighted the effectiveness of policing if Police forces across the United Kingdom actively encouraged policing tweeters.

Headed up by former Chief Constable Stuart Hyde QPM and Author and Media Commentator Mike Pannett 4Policing is a new Policing is a consultancy group that brings together a huge range of expertise encompassing the whole spectrum of modern policing.

You still have time to join @4Policing with your #ECopCalls.

 

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