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What a recommendation!

June 1, 2006

Police Review magazine have done a review of a number of police related blogs – and mine got a mention!!

Admittedly, it wasn’t one of the main ones chosen, but hopefully as a result of the free publicity, a few more people will read my stuff.

Trouble is, a lot of senior officers read PR (only because they get it delivered free to their office) so perhaps it’s not such a good thing after all.

Here’s what they wrote;

WEBWATCH – www.worldwearydetective.blogspot.com

This Met detective brings – or brought – a diary of ‘life from the thin layer between you and the underclass’ through this stylish-looking site.

It works in much the same way as other officers’ sites – bringing you plenty of archived personal blogs with the odd cartoon or picture and links to plenty of other posts. The real shame is that this officer’s last post was in March following an apparent warning from the Met about the content of certain people’s blogs and potential disciplinary action. The last entry ends by saying: ‘To each and every one of you – take note of what has happened here and be afraid’.

Other blogs worth a mention include yornicked.blogspot.com and 200weeks.police999.com

I suppose I ought to put a link to the Police Review web site on my sidebar in return?

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Merys permalink
    June 10, 2006 00:43

    Well come on then, live up to your stunning reputation and put another post up!

  2. Stan Still permalink
    June 12, 2006 20:22

    As requested!

    Thank you for your continued support.

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