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January 26, 2015

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Metro Police take Twitter followers on a ‘Tweet Along’

For the first time, Metro Police offered residents a chance to go on a ride-along with a patrol officer from the comforts of social media. Metro Police tweeted updates throughout the night from Officer Jacinto Rivera's car to give followers an idea of a typical night cruising the streets of Las Vegas.

Not all calls were glamorous nor were there any doughnut stops, but there was still plenty of work to be done on Friday night. Here's a look at Metro Police's first-ever social media ride-along:

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  1. Interesting. These guys have a difficult job. Good work.

    It amazing how many people out there are prone to violent actions. I can understand why these guys hate going to DV calls.

  2. Thanks for sharing your day with us! I appreciate Metro officers' professionalism and courage.