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Media Relations

The Police Media Relations topic page gives PIOs or other department spokespeople the tools and techniques - from media training to Facebook and social media tips - to increase your effective communications with various media entities and help to shape the public’s perception of its cops.
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Facebook users rally for cop who leaked Tsarnaev photos

Facebook users rally for cop who leaked Tsarnaev photos

A "Save Sgt. Sean Murphy" group on Facebook had more than 34,000 "likes" 3 days after he released photos for which he might be punished - Full Story

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Police photog releases Boston bomber photos, faces hearing

Police photog releases Boston bomber photos, faces hearing

In response to the glamorized cover photo that appeared on the Rolling Stone magazine cover, he showed what he called "the real Boston bomber" - Full Story

Videos

Wounded cop criticizes Rolling Stone's bomber cover

Officer Richard Donohue, who continues to recover from the Boston standoff, says they could have picked anyone else.

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Video: Wounded cop criticizes Rolling Stone's bomber cover

Officer Richard Donohue, who continues to recover from the Boston standoff, says they could have picked anyone else - Full Story

Exclusives

How the media encourages us to eat our young

How the media encourages us to eat our young

I know cops often feel victimized by the media, and that feeling is not without cause. Let’s talk briefly about an entirely different case. - Full Story

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Safety a concern amid nationwide Zimmerman protests

Safety a concern amid nationwide Zimmerman protests

Though most demonstrations following the verdict were peaceful, several violent acts occurred in Calif. cities - Full Story

Videos

News crew defends officer at traffic stop

A West Virginia reporter and her cameraman refused to act as witnesses for a man who planned to file a complaint about an officer he claimed was being rude at a traffic stop.

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Video: News crew defends officer at traffic stop

A man planned to file a complaint about the officer's rudeness, but the witnesses sided with the officer - Full Story

Videos

Fla. police urge peace after Zimmerman verdict

Police have released a public-service announcement urging possible protesters to remain peaceful after the jury decides the fate of George Zimmerman.

News

Fla. police urge peace after Zimmerman verdict with PSA

Police have released a public-service announcement urging possible protesters to remain peaceful after the jury decides the fate of George Zimmerman - Full Story



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