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IN THIS ISSUE
Making the case for public safety broadband
Five vital social networking resources for law enforcement
Don't get fired over Facebook
Dear PoliceOne Member,

We're researching how officers are creatively using social media sites while on duty — anything from nabbing criminals and gang members to expanding community policing efforts. Send us an e-mail detailing how you and your department are currently using sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to make your jobs easier. We might feature your case study in an upcoming article.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Featured News
Making the case for public safety broadband
NYPD Deputy Chief Chuck Dowd, a 30-year veteran and an expert on public safety communications, recently spoke about the future of mobile broadband communications for public safety ... If not now, never
Featured Column
Five vital social networking resources for law enforcement
At the Social Media In Law Enforcement Conference, experts discussed the "blue wave of change" and the future of community policing ... Brand your department
Communications Tip
Don't get fired over Facebook
Here are some of the top reasons officers are getting in trouble for social media misuse. Let this serve as a reminder to help you avoid getting the axe ... Patrol your pages
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