The story of the 1st police global tweetathon so far

This is a Storify account of the first ever global police tweetathon with over 200 iPlods tweeting from all over the world.

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Here’s my Storify account of the 1st global police tweetathon so far.

Over 200 iPlods from all over the world tweeting their work

 

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