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8 Facebook privacy tips for cops; How to build an agency FB page

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Dear P1 Member,

In this month's eNews, we're focused on Facebook. Mike Bires examines two agencies (using two very different strategies) successfully using Facebook, while Richard Weinblatt offers five "don't do these!!" tips that will lead to a quick death for your career in law enforcement.

Lastly, Lauri Stevens details eight privacy tips that every officer should be aware of when using social media. Make sure to use them to keep your information private!

The PoliceOne Team
Social Media Best Practices
Steal these 2 ideas to build your PD's Facebook page
By Mike Bires, PoliceOne Contributor
The common denominator in these two examples of Facebook success is that each is managing their page in a way that works for their department, their community, and themselves. The secret recipe
Social Media and Your Career
Want to end your police career? Try these 5 things
By Richard Weinblatt, PoliceOne Contributor
If you're on the hunt for creative way to toss away that great career in law enforcement, I've got the answer for you: Be irresponsible and reckless in our use of social media. Make it count
Social Media Safety 101
8 Facebook privacy tips every cop should know about
By Lauri Stevens, PoliceOne Contributor
The more Facebook knows about you, the more valuable it is, so they don’t do much to make it easy to manage and protect your privacy — so, we offer the following simple steps you can take.
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