Social Media Guidance

We use Social Media to engage with the public about what is happening where they live. We do have some Social Media Guidelines which we ask you to follow when engaging with us online.

  1. Do not use social media to report a crime or make a complaint.
  2. Do not post messages or comments that are deemed to be any of the following:
    • prejudicial to court proceedings
    • abusive
    • defamatory
    • harassing
    • harmful
    • libellous
    • racially offensive
    • sexually offensive
    • unlawful
    • spam
  3. Do not swear.
  4. Do not make offensive remarks about someone else.
  5. Do not post content copied from elsewhere, for which you do not own the copyright.
  6. Do not publicise your own, or anyone else's, personal information (such as name, address, phone number, etc.)
  7. Do not advertise products or services.
  8. Do not pretend to be someone else.