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Top 10 Norfolk police Twitter accounts to follow

PUBLISHED: 17:32 26 July 2017 | UPDATED: 09:20 28 July 2017

Sgt Mark Shepherd posing for a selfie with members of the public. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

Sgt Mark Shepherd posing for a selfie with members of the public. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

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Norfolk police know how to get creative when it comes to Twitter - with regular updates accompanied by pictures, hashtags and emojis, here are top ten accounts to follow.

@NSRoadspolicing Take a seat alongside the white caps as they keep our roads safe and share some of the incredible things drivers get up to on them.

@PCSteveLee Steve’s beat is the #fatal4, looking out for drink or drug drivers and those speeding or using their mobile phones.

@KingsLynnPolice West Norfolk’s finest never know what the next shift is going to throw their way, but they get stuck in with a smile and plenty of GIFs.

@RPFOUSgt Chris Harris is a traffic cop who’s big on engagement in the east of the county, encouraging modded car fans to #cruiseitdontloseit.

@InspProvart Chief Insp Lou Provart is co chair of the national LGBT Police Network and Norfolk’s tactical firearms commander. Big on equality and standing together.

@SgtMarkShepherd Mark Shepherd may be a familiar face to many in Norwich as he doesn’t shy away from posing in pictures or #SelfiesWithCops.

@NorfolkSpecials The special constables provide valuable assistance to the police and local community, head over to their Twitter page to show your support.

@RuralCrimeNFK As a rural county, you can keep up to date with the policing of our treasured landscapes, farms and heritage sites.

@NSPoliceDogs Police dogs play an important role too in Norfolk and Suffolk, and their Twitter page is filled with cute dog pictures if that is all you are looking for.

@NPoliceStudents Thinking of joining Norfolk police? Then follow the students to find out more about the training.

@CCNorfolkPolice Find out what police from all over the county are up to with Chief Constable Simon Bailey.

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