She tweets when she wants
@TopshamPolice back online after Guild’s complaints
The PCSO banned from Twitter after tweets about Exeter students is back online after a meeting with her supervisor.
In a statement, the Guild said: “We recently put forward concerns that the tone and content of some tweets from the @TopshamPolice Twitter account were not reflective of the views of the rest of the local Police.”
Giles was then told to stop tweeting.
However, after a “supportive and understanding” discussion, the account is back online.
The PCSO joked that she could “start boring you to tears about fowl play by geese on the estuary again! Whoopppeee!!”
A Devon and Cornwall Police statement said: “Occasionally staff and officers may need some guidance on how to use [Twitter]. We will continue to use this exciting medium.”
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