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In this month's eNews, Chris Swinney advises on engaging your community on Facebook, which can have a huge effect on your undercover work. Mike Bires gives some tips on what to consider when setting up a police department social media account — there's so many to choose from, you don't want to spread yourself too thin.

Lastly, Loraine Burger talks about agencies who have been awarded for social media excellence. You can learn from their examples.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Tech Trends
Engaging your community on Facebook
By Chris Swinney, PoliceOne Contributor
What does undercover work have to do with law enforcement’s ability to effectively communicate with the community via social media? Learn to "like" Facebook
Tech Help
What to consider when setting up PD social media accounts
By Mike Bires, PoliceOne Contributor
There are dozens of networks your department could join — how do you make the most of your limited time? Don't spread yourself too thin
Tech Leaders
Cops and agencies awarded for social media excellence
By Loraine Burger, PoliceOne Staff
The second annual ConnectedCOPS Awards recognized 8 individual officers or police agencies for their pioneering efforts. Setting the bar
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