THE PSNI have launched two new social-networking pages ahead of the G8 summit in June.
The two, on Facebook and Twitter, are entitled ‘PSNI G8’, and aim to provide locals and visitors with information around the summit and to engage with officers.
Updates will be given regularly around how plans are developing or being implemented, by the PSNI.
Chief Superintendent Pauline Shields commented: “The whole medium of social networking presents us with a new way to ‘talk’’ with residents and communities.
“We currently have over 160,000 followers between Facebook and Twitter, which is an indication of the desire that exists amongst people for timely, relevant information, which ultimately can help them to stay safe and informed.”
The Facebook page address is www.facebook.com/PSNI.G8 and the Twitter address is www.twitter.com/PSNIG8.
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