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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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Ga. sheriff to give staff polygraph test

Says media is being purposely lied to by an unknown employee - Full Story

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Ore. chief fired following $1.6M settlement

Chief Rosie Sizer had "accomplished some remarkable reforms" albiet "after, or in reaction to, failures" - Full Story

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Off-duty Ill. deputy stood by as shoplifter was killed

Police and eyewitness accounts differ on what exactly the corrections officer did as drug store employee strangled shoplifter to death - Full Story

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Pic of Detroit cop sleeping in squad raises questions

Pic of Detroit cop sleeping in squad raises questions

Detroit police investigating the Mediatakeout.com post, say it might be a hoax - Full Story

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Using the Internet as a juvenile violence prevention tool

If the message that social media and the Internet are changing how law enforcement agencies approach... - Full Story

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Police Limit Comic: April 18, 2010 Garey McKee - Police Limit Comic Strip

Police Limit Comic: April 18, 2010

Police Limit Comic is a politically-motivated, pro-law enforcement comic strip, topical in its writing and unapologetically blunt - Full Story

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Ore. shooting prompts questions over police interview lag time

Second fatal Portland police shooting renews question of why it takes so long to interview officer involved - Full Story

In-depth News

Jury says New Orleans cops didn't violate journalists' rights

Jury says New Orleans cops didn't violate journalists' rights

A federal jury rejected allegations that New Orleans police unlawfully arrested two men who were videotaping them along a Carnival parade route in 2007. The cameramen argued that the police department has a habit of arresting or threatening people who videotape or photograph officers, but the courts ruled that officers had probable cause for arrest. - Full Story



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