Tue, August 24, 2010
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Police officers join micro-blogging network

2010-08-24 10:03:42 GMT2010-08-24 18:03:42 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Police officers, who keep micro-blogs in Guangdong, gather to exchange their experiences on Aug 19. Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts. [Photo/Xinhua]

A netizen posts a follow-up comment at 9 pm, saying, “The Guangdong police are so dedicated to their duties.” Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts. [Photo/Xinhua]

A post about a police dog who died from heat exhaustion has attracted many netizens and comments in Foshan, South China’s Guangdong province on Aug 19. Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts. [Photo/Xinhua]

Chen Jing, a police officer in Foshan, South China’s Guangdong province shows her postings on Aug 19. Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts. [Photo/Xinhua]

Police officers browse comments from netizens on their micro-blogs in Beijing on Aug 18. Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts. On Aug 1, Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau launched its offical micro-blogs.[Photo/Xinhua]

The post of smiling faces says every police officer represents the whole public security bureau and every comment should be followed up. Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts. On Aug 1, Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau launched its offical micro-blogs. [Photo/Xinhua]

Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department launched its official micro-blogs in February to update information, solicit advice and communicate with people. As of May, one of its micro-blogging groups has had more than 630,000 posts.

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