After looking into a police force’s social media, they are found guilty of tackling so little about crime, instead they uploaded lots of pictures of dogs.
Audit firm Socialites has found that the New Zealand Police’s social media only had 8 percent of posts tackling crime reports. The firm told officers during a presentation that they may think about changing their focus.
Though it means less dog images from the police force, they can never forget to update its followers about #FridayFloof.
Socialites reported that the force had spent $171,676 on promoting posts on Facebook in 2018 alone, with most of it going to animal posts.
“There is an important role for social media for New Zealand Police so our communities can remain informed and updated about what we are doing,” New Zealand Police marketing manager Paul Halford told Daily Mail Australia.
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