Police Hour are delighted to announce we are heading to the National Police Twitter Awards which are being held on the 23rd December at the Northamptonshire Police Headquarters.
The event which has been sponsored by Police Oracle and Raw Cut TV will see Police Hour having the honour of sharing an afternoon with some of the UKs top cops and police leaders.
— Police Awards (@policeawards) September 27, 2016
Police Hour was founded by Trev Sherwood in 2014 having just left the police to complete his degree at Teesside University.
Trev Sherwood online editor said “ I am delighted Police Hour has been recognised at a national level alongside so many inspirational police officers and leaders. I founded Police Hour for the policing community to share balanced and non-sensationalised policing news.
“We are shortlisted within the informative police related tweets category of the awards, which is a great pleasure, Twitter has been a big part of the Police Hour story. It is a great honour to be attending.”
The Police Twitter Awards hold an incredible story and the hard work and are the result of Mike Kenworthy, Mike Pannett, Dennis Murray & Kerry Blakeman.
Twitter UK are also involved within the event and will be live streaming the awards across the twitter network.
— Police Awards (@policeawards) November 23, 2016
A top cop or police leader will then be selected as the overall winner of the awards and will be invited to attended the SMILE (Social Media In Law Enforcement’ Conference in California in 2017.
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