Thousands of people viewed the amazing 360 footage from a police car responding to a live incident on the motorway.
While officers responded to the incident viewers followed live from inside of the police car with the latest 360 video which was streamed live.
The broadcast with the Central Motorway Policing Group (CMPG) was shared across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat and went down very well with viewers.
In a number of Live videos shared insightful inside content which included LIVE motorway patrol and responding to an urgent incident on blue lights.
CMPG look after the region’s motorways alongside Highways England , 365 days a year 24/7 which includes West Midlands, West Mercia and Staffordshire.
The series of videos took viewers out on patrol with motorway cops, giving them a 360 degree look at how officers respond to an incident on the region’s motorways.
The 360 video streamed LIVE on Periscope for Twitter and received more than 13,100 views.
Operations Chief Inspector Kerry Blakeman, head of CMPG Dean Hatton and Highways England Manager Frank Bird also answered questions throughout the night from followers about a range of topics.
Viewers were also shown how the force is educating drivers on how drink, drugs and tiredness can have an effect on driver’s perception through a simulator funded by BDV recovery.
The award-winning close pass initiative was also demonstrated by PCs Hodson and Hudson who have been nominated for an award in this year’s police Twitter awards.
Members of the public really enjoyed the 360 interactive videos and commented on how fascinating the work was that is being carried out.
Throughout the course of the evening, the live broadcasts were viewed more than 92,000 times and the posts reached more than 266,000 people across all of the force’s social media networks.
Kerry Blakeman said: “We were overwhelmed with the support from members of the public and happy that we could show our followers an insight into how CMPG police the region’s motorways as well as a range of other things to keep the public safe.
“CMPG are a crucial resource that help us serve and protect the public 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
“We’ll continue to innovatively use social media to reach as many people as possible and share the good work that all our officers and staff do on a daily basis.”