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  • Live tweeting by Kansas City police catches on

    Sarah Boyd, public relations specialist for the Kansas City Police Department is the designated tweeter and has developed a large following. According to Boyd her goal when live-tweeting on patrol shifts is to give the community insight to the many challenges the officers face every day.

Sarah Boyd, public relations specialist for the Kansas City Police Department is the designated tweeter and has developed a large following. According to Boyd her goal when live-tweeting on patrol shifts is to give the community insight to the many challenges the officers face every day. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star
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PCP, mental illness and dance-offs: KC police tweet a diary of city’s highs and lows

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