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Ginny Chadderton Jun 14
Well done to yellow squad call handlers and dispatchers tonight and to all serving officers! Proud to be working for Dorset police!
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Ellie Shep Jun 14
Never considered the sheer volume of calls have to deal with on a minute to minute basis, let alone then coordinating responses to each. Amazed by Thank you for looking after our county ๐Ÿ™Œ
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Kristian Ward ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ Jun 14
We hope youโ€™re enjoying so far! Weโ€™re just over half way through and our call handlers have answered over 330 calls in 6 hours! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
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Lowri Pritchard-Foreman Jun 14
Fascinated but shocked by ๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
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Laura Jun 14
Reading . How do some people still not know that 999 is for EMERGENCIES!
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Dorset Police Jun 14
Well thatโ€™s the end of - we hope youโ€™ve found it interesting! Shout out to our team pictured who delivered the Tweetathon, but the biggest thanks goes to our awesome (camera shy) call handling team who deal with many hundreds of calls per day. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
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Ben โ˜”๏ธ Jun 14
Fascinating stuff following โ€™s , the sheer range, volume and management of calls is incredible. God I wish our police received the support they deserve.
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#HelpAndKindness Jun 14
What an amazing insight into the work of . Huge respect and thanks for the compassion, common sense and commitment of the officers and support staff who serve the county.
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Charlotte Parker Jun 14
If you want a real insight into the types of calls received by police forces up and down the country day in day out, follow who will be tweeting every single 999 and 101 call they receive until 4am. Itโ€™s eye opening stuff!
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PC Matthew Love Jun 14
Busy shift so far crewed with #3161 with a number of incidents dealt with by late and night turn . Alcohol is playing a big part in the majority of the calls tonight - please know your limits and be sensible if going into town.
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WYP Contact Management Centre Jun 14
If you want an insight in to what an average Friday evening looks like in the Police contact world pop over to Twitter page as they are doing a 12 Hour Tweetathon ๐ŸŽง๐Ÿš”๐Ÿšจ
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Laurie Jun 14
Iโ€™m both amazed and impressed by your patience This feed is incredible. What the bloody hell are people thinking when they make these calls. I despair.
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Greg Horlock Jun 14
Some of these reports are mad! Like what goes through peopleโ€™s heads!? Iโ€™ve seen people calling 999 about traffic lights (not) โ€˜stuckโ€™ on red to not being able to afford a return bus journey so wanting a lift from the ambulance service! Jheeeeez
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Pete Smith NEO/PCSO 8581 Jun 14
Great to see the feature of our website mentioned on this evening. Itโ€™s important to remember there are other ways to contact us, freeing up the 999 system for emergencies! Well done to everyone involved so far!
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Melanie Munro Jun 14
Catching up with fascinating just how many 101 and 999 calls are nonsense and how many are just very vulnerable people needing help and support. Thank you for being there when we need you.
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Dorset Police Jun 15
Thank you for all your positive feedback about - weโ€™ve finally woke up! After hundreds of positive comments and so many notifications, weโ€™ve broken Twitter and are struggling to load them all! Thank you to our FCC team who handle these calls 24/7. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
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Sarah Cookson Jun 14
My daughters are both working as officers in Dorset tonight, very proud of them having seen what they have to deal with
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Jon Poole Jun 14
Huge credit to for , wish this could be available systematically, but a very good idea. flashbacks to crime analysis days of 15+ years ago, I kind of feel the need to immediately compare it to an equivalent night last year... and put dots on maps.
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Kristian Ward ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ Jun 14
Tons of work going into this so please check out the feed and share!
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Lyndzey Smissen Jun 14
Loving catching up with this morning. Thank you for all your hard work and patience, really puts into perspective the variety and quantity of calls you get
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