what the cops are doing

When funds for just about everything are tight in municipalities, it's important that everyone understand the value of what they're paying for. The police department in Manchester, U.K. wanted to illustrate to their citizens just how much stuff they're involved with in a typical day - so they tweeted every single incident that they responded to, for a period of 24 hours. That's 3,205 incidents.

If you're curious to see what they responded to, they've archived the tweets from the 24 hour period, and they continue to tweet today. What a great case study in how social media tools can document history (and value) in the most unexpected places. Thanks, Lee!

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