The Twitter Police Awards are back. You are now able to nominate your best bobby on the tweet.
Get yourself to www.policetwitterawards.com and check out the categories.
— Police Awards (@policeawards) June 30, 2016
You can vote in the following categories.
Category 1 – Best Tweeting Corporate Police Account
Category 2 – Best Tweeting Individual Police Officer
Category 3 – Best Tweeting Special Constable
Category 4 – Best Tweeting PCSO
Category 5 – Best Tweeting Police Horse Account
Category 6 – Best Tweeting Dog Account
Category 7 – Best Tweeting Informative Police Account
Category 8 – Best Tweeting Roads Policing Account
Category 9 – Best Tweeting Police Sergeant
Category 10 – Best Tweeting Senior Officer (Insp to Chief Supt)
Category 11 – Best Tweeting Senior Officer (ACC to Ch Constable)
Category 12 – Best Informative Police Account (Not Police)
Category 13 – Best Community Partnership Account (Not Police)
Category 14 – Best Blogging Police Officer
Once you have determined the categories you can then go ahead and decide who you would like to nominate for one of those prestigious Police Tweet Awards.
Example tweet to nominate – I nominate (enter Twitter name) in category (enter category 1-14) and include #poltawards
— Police Awards (@policeawards) July 1, 2016
Voting for the 2016 Police Twitter Awards is open until 31st August 2016.
And if you would like to vote @PoliceHour Best Informative Police Account (Not Police) then all you have to do is tweet.
See what i did there! Hopefully you will vote Police Hour as best Informative Police Account (Not Police)
But being serious now because we have no chance don’t forget to vote for those actual worthy policing tweeters that you feel deserve the honour.
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