Social media use

Information about JFC's social media account.

Our Twitter account

General Sir Chris Deverell, with support from JFC Headquarters Communications Team will send you news, updates and engagement from @ComdJFC_UK.

Our moderation and participation policy

Gen Chris, and Joint Forces Command look forward to receiving questions and participation in the discussions on social media and will respond where possible.

When posting questions, we ask you to follow our participation guidelines:

  • be respectful of others who use the site

  • stay on topic

  • do not use language that is offensive, threatening, inflammatory or provocative (this includes, but is not limited to, swearing and obscene or vulgar comments)

  • do not break the law (this includes libel, condoning illegal activity and contempt of court)

  • do not use questions for party political purposes

  • please do not post personal information in comments such as addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses or other online contact details, which may relate to you or other individuals

  • do not impersonate or falsely claim to represent a person or an organisation

  • do not make any commercial endorsement or promotion of any product, service or publication not relevant to the discussion

  • do not post questions designed to cause nuisance to the administrator or other users

  • please follow the Twitter terms of service at all times.

If you are aged 16 or under, please get the permission of your parent or guardian before participating. Users without this consent are not allowed to participate.

Responses and feedback

We welcome feedback and ideas from our followers and will try to add value to conversations where we can.

We always try to read messages directed to us and ensure that any emerging themes or helpful suggestions are passed to the relevant people in MOD. However, due to resource constraints we will not always be able to reply individually to messages we receive.

In general, we prefer not to send or receive private or direct messages to keep conversations open and public. We are bound by the Civil Service Code, and cannot engage on issues of party politics.


If you follow us on social media we will not automatically follow you back. This avoids us having to spend time dealing with spam accounts, and helps keep discussions open by limiting the use of private or direct messages.

We will follow and read social media postings from organisations and individuals where appropriate and relevant to Commander JFC. We reserve the right to ignore, block or unfollow social media accounts we believe are malicious or spam.

Our following or engagement with a social media account does not imply official JFC endorsement of any kind for that account or the material it contains.