Click Here to access Crook County 911 Twitter Page.
Starting this week, Crook County residents who use Twitter will be able to “follow” and receive immediate and timely information from four Crook County agencies.
The Prineville Police Department (PPD), Crook County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), Crook County Fire and Rescue (CCFR), and the Crook County Health Department (CCHD) have worked together to create a Twitter account named “Crook County 911.”
Twitter is the social media site that allows users to send messages, or “tweets,” that are 140 characters or less per message. In their recent IPO (Initial Public Offering) filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Twitter claims to have 218 million active users through June 2013.
Anyone with a Twitter account can immediately begin to “follow” this new account intended to alert and inform residents about emergency situations happening in Crook County.
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