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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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Boston officer recalls crossing paths with Mandela

Sgt. Brian Latson was working a patrol when he saw Mandela, a moment caught on camera - Full Story

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Police: 'Fast & Furious' star Paul Walker dies in crash

Police: 'Fast & Furious' star Paul Walker dies in crash

Deputies found a Porsche Carrera GT engulfed in flames when they responded to a report of a collision Saturday - Full Story

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7 life lessons learned from the show 'Cops' P1 Community - The Question

7 life lessons learned from the show 'Cops'

When we posted a funny reflection about what the reality legal series “Cops” has taught us to ... - Full Story

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Cops pull over Jose Canseco, find diapered goats in car

The officer apparently found the odd display amusing - it's unclear why the former MLB star was pulled over - Full Story

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Cop featured on "Boston's Finest" commits suicide

Patrick Rogers, an 8-year veteran of the Boston PD killed himself - shocking his department and docudrama cast-mates - Full Story

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LAPD's 'Invasion of the Zombie Bandits' PSA a viral hit

The 7-minute mini-movie has racked up over 12,000 views and counting, while reminding the public to lock up cars and hide belongings - Full Story

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Police wary of trending “Knockout Game”

Police all over the East Coast are keeping a lookout for a trending problem in which teens are intentionally punching strangers in an attempt to knock them out, for fun, then posting videos of the assaults to YouTube.

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Police wary of trending "Knockout Game"

East Coast teens are knocking out unsuspecting victims for internet fame and fun - Full Story

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LAPD's "Invasion of the Zombie Bandits!"

LAPd's parody video is a public service announcement specifically warning residents about leaving electronics such as smartphones and tablets in their vehicles, describing the devices as “catnip for zombies.”

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Girlfriend says Zimmerman pointed shotgun at her

Girlfriend says Zimmerman pointed shotgun at her

Zimmerman denies her allegations and told police his girlfriend "has gone crazy" - Full Story



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