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NPCC: don't add to community tensions on social media

Police chiefs have urged officers to avoid being pulled into social media campaigns by extremists seeking to exploit anti-racism issues. The NPCC also warned good community relations would be needed in the months ahead to avoid serious unrest.

Officers guard the statue of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square

Officers guard the statue of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square

Date - 11th June 2020
By - Chris Smith
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The National Police Chiefs’ Council cautioned officers to judge carefully before commenting on social media following disturbances in London during the anti-racism march that resulted in officers being injured. The NPCC said around 200,000...
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