Hidden in the text of the article is the rather less sensational and more welcome finding that gun crime has been falling rapidly with only 127 shots fired in the first half of 2014 with just one related death. What is perhaps most startling is the way that the police have reduced shootings without entering into a gun battle with criminals.
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Jane Batcheler, @InspBatcheler, is a response Inspector for Sussex Police. Tweets by @InspBatcheler Starting out I may not have started my Twitter life for most
Superintendent Mark Payne, @SuptPayneWMP, one of the first police officers to pioneer the use of Twitter to engage with local communities, writes about why he tweets.
@SgtGaryWatts, one of the first police officers to tweet for work, writes about his approach to Tweeting. I covered the journey that brought me
There was an interesting article in Saturday’s Guardian which explored the issue of whether the police should get involved in cases of abuse on Twitter.
“An invisible man can rule the world”, says Claude Rains starring in the first movie version of The Invisible Man. I’ve been thinking a lot