For years we have passionately supported the Police Twitter Awards, For years we have sponsored the Police Twitter Awards and this year we were proud to say we saved them.
Sadly we have now officially withdrawn our support due to the unprofessionalism approach which we warned against.
We have proudly and passionately supported the awards for years, the values they brought up to 2017 were incredible, They celebrated the achievements of officers tweeting and proudly and the amazing achievements these officers achieved.
Not one that shows favourites and is only engaging with the accounts that are winning.
We will always support and promote policing and celebrate the success of officers but we can no longer support the Twitter Awards.
We are proud to say this year we made the Twitter Awards happen, but we also regret that this has created a negative something which we can no longer put our name to and support.
We walk knowing we have left this year’s awards in the best place knowing they will be able to continue for many years to come.
We walk away with our honesty and integrity intact.
We wish the team involved within the awards the best success with the awards.
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