Hot spots are a popular topic on the internet and social media and they have become one of the hottest topics in Australian sports.
The issue is a major concern for many in Sydney, especially when it comes to safety and public health, with the city’s hot spots ranking in the top five in the world.
Hot spots in NSW are often the focal point of protests and riots, with locals venting their frustrations on social media.
Police have been cracking down on social unrest and arrests have been made on several occasions in recent weeks, sparking fears of more unrest.
Sydney Hot Spot Response Team (SHTT) spokeswoman Lauren Pappalardo said the hot spots situation in Sydney had been a hot topic on social networks and social medias in recent years.
“We’ve been seeing a lot of issues around social media, particularly social media as well, which is really dangerous, and I think it’s a great thing that we have hot spots because you can actually take your concerns to a place where it’s not just a place to vent,” she said.
“People are talking about these issues, so I think that it’s really important that we do things to address those concerns.”
She said the public should take a look at their social media activities.
“If you’re a member of the public, you should also be taking a look into what’s going on in your community, particularly if you’re in your own community and seeing a significant increase in issues around your community and other people’s safety, and also what you’re seeing in your local media,” Ms Pappelardo said.
Topics:police,southern-tas,sydney-2000,australiaFirst posted February 23, 2018 13:42:21More stories from New South Wales