A detailed look at police use of Twitter

A detailed look at police use of Twitter. A great infographic from BrightPlanet harvesting information from the recent 1st Global Police Tweetathon which used the #poltwt hashtag.

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After the recent first Global Police Tweetathon organised by @lawscomm, BrightPlanet did an extensive analysis of the way in which police forces across the world use Twitter.

Here’s their wonderful interactive infographic.

If you look closely, you can click on the different elements to get a global, rather than US point of view.

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