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Tweet-along with the Madison Police Department at 2 p.m. Today

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MADISON, NJ - Follow the Police Department’s Twitter account:  @MadisonPoliceNJ and Tweet-along at 2 p.m. today with two of Madison’s police officers.  Watch them in action until 2 a.m.  If you’re a Madison P.D. Twitter follower, you can virtually tour during the day or at night with Sergeant Carpenter on the afternoon shift or Patrolman Goncalves on the night shift.  Experience a typical day in a Madison police officer’s activities from the various calls they get and how they need to respond.  You can also get a feeling for how they handle twitter feed and answer questions regarding important matters.  Get an inside view of the Public Safety Complex.  Again, just follow the Police Department’s Twitter account:  @MadisonPoliceNJ

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