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-- and police work is no laughing matter but in one small Ohio town getting in trouble doesn't only mean jail time -- -- fine.
Instead criminals risk a swifter repercussion.
A public scolding on the department's FaceBook -- and now.
It is going viral with over 60000 lights making it the third most popular -- page in the country behind New York City and Boston -- right now is.
David Oliver chief of police in Broomfield Ohio achieve good morning -- area.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Apparently got a smiley face sign chief -- America.
And there's a picture taken just fifteen minutes ago you are a funny guy who knows -- social media is a way into your city's heart.
Well you know we when we started this page -- we thought if we can get 500 or so people on our community to pay attention to what was going on.
It would be a success but.
-- sixty south -- just past 60000 this morning and what a great experience.
We're just that we engage people from.
-- not just Springfield which is a fantastic community but we have people from all fifty states and -- and 29 countries and it's it's just been.
Great experience for -- You know it's putting three hours of work extra for you and -- said.
But you say that you love doing that and I wanted to show people a couple of your FaceBook -- To give them a sense of what you're doing there here here's what about criminal sleeping we appreciate if you can keep that noise to a minimum for a little bit let's allow the criminal -- sleep.
Well we have a second cup of coffee.
-- it's true cheap that when people get arrested now in your town they're like oh please don't quote me on FaceBook.
We have had some we've definitely had some incidents where I've had one person tell me particularly.
Yes fire if I was the chief and I said yes I am Lisa please don't put this on face to.
You know I think it it's not so much for -- public shaming of the week do it to let our community know what's going on I think that what we do with public record.
We don't use names -- we don't use pictures.
We tell -- general story will -- -- location but what we do with public record unless it is a enact an active investigation.
So I think the public should know what's going on I think they should know where the troubles coming from.
And I think social media is the way to do -- we have our owns more our own are Smart phone app that was developed by a -- blue skirt and and we you know this is.
Social media is where our customers our -- -- running this like a business we have to go to our customer.
But you know achieve your your run -- -- -- an ordinary person you referred to jail is your bed and breakfast I think that's a -- You you talk about how there is no five fingered discount in your town and you got a lot of pictures of the kids in the cops and watch a little kids cars right it is charming I know right now you've got 60000.
Folks watcher right now go to FaceBook dot com slash -- police let's get them over a 100000.
And that'd be great.
Weren't fantastic right gonna get you know what I'm gonna come to bring -- to get lessons from news I can improve my Facebook's skills to -- you come on out and we'll sit down have a cup of coffee and we'll show you pounced on just don't putter up and that brand -- bit rednecks race.
-- we wouldn't do today -- rebar itself I've seen.
Have a great finish --
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