Earlier this month, we reported that Keller Police was starting to post on social media where cops with radar would be Monday through Friday.
Reading a post on Facebook or Twitter is like spotting a patrol car up ahead: Drivers immediately check their speedometers, officials said.
Now after a few weeks doing this routine, police officials say it's too early to tell if the posts are getting people to slow down.
They are, however, getting a lot more followers on Facebook and Twitter.
“Some folks wonder if we have ulterior motives,” said Capt. Tommy Simmons, Keller’s patrol commander. “But there’s no catch. We’re not trying to trap people into anything.
“Just slow down, drive safe, and let’s all have a good day.”
And also see how other departments are using social media.
-- Bill Miller