September 22, 2014

JoCo Sheriff’s Office to live tweet from central booking

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is inviting tweeters to ride-along as deputies live tweet the action inside the central booking facility from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 25.
Tweet-along events allow Twitter followers to virtually ride with the officers.
Followers will experience what it is like to work inside a jail, what kind of inmates are booked and housed inside the facility and what really happens behind the walls of the Johnson County jail. Followers can also ask questions about central booking and life inside the jail during the event.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Twitter handle is @jocosheriff. Officers will use the hashtag, “#jocotweetalong” during the event.

Comments

  1. Judith Rogers says:

    Not going for this one………..I am not interested in the crapola going thru our expensive “hotel” check-in place………….tells you what Denning stands for and how he will have government workers spending time on Twittering rather than what they should be doing at the LOWEST cost possible for the citizens………he barely made it into office this last primary election and it appears he needs to be replaced the next time around………..that is if the people have their heads on straight but there are many out there wearing the red clown balls on their noses just like the dingbat politicians…………Denning can and should do better than this bull hockey…………..

  2. Judith Rogers says:

    My mind keeps coming up with a picture of Denning as Honey Boo Boo dressed in black riot gear and the locals with their guns strapped to their legs…………we have the Halloween costumes on the right wing extremists all year long now………….and it get scarier by the day……….

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