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Infographics

London’s gun crime

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.

Why I Tweet

@TheCustodySgt : Why I tweet (WIT#1)

@TheCustodySgt is a well-respected police tweeter and blogger. He is, of course, a Custody Sergeant and has 6,000 followers on Twitter. He also runs a well-established,

Why I Tweet

The fine art of the Re-Tweet

Re-tweeting is just a matter of hovering over a Tweet and clicking the re-tweet symbol. So why does it need a whole article for itself?

Why I Tweet

How to be a good Tweeter

What makes a good Tweet? There’s no single answer to this question of course. A good Tweet is like a good book or a good

Why I Tweet

Raising your profile: Probation Wednesday (3)

Your Twitter profile is perhaps the single most important component of your tweeting presence. Your Twitter name helps identify you. Your profile picture establishes your

Finally Friday

Facebook Fools 2: Man bites Dog

  Many a Finally Friday post has focused on the recklessness and straightforward stupidity of criminals who have advertised their offences on social media and

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