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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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Reserve deputy a finalist in $1M Superbowl commercial contest

This year, Doritos received about 4,900 video entries from 29 countries, and he was 1 of 10 selected as a finalist - Full Story

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Video: UFC fighter TASERed by police, arrested after pursuit

The former fighter ignored multiple commands to get on the ground, insisting the officers show some ID - Full Story

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Calif. police start body camera program to build trust

Of 100 new cameras, 50 were put on officers Tuesday and another 50 officers will receive them in February.

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Calif. police start body camera program to build trust

Of 100 new cameras, 50 were put on officers Tuesday and another 50 officers will receive them in February - Full Story

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What cops should know about the right to photograph and record in public

In this video, Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the NPPA, explains the positives of officers learning about the rights of people to photograph and record in public. He also discusses important facts officer need to know about being photographed and/or recorded.

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College student antagonizes cop for allegedly sleeping in squad

A college student threatens to post a video to YouTube after asking a cop why his cruiser has been parked in a church parking lot for several hours in the early morning.

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Police supporters collide with counter-demonstrators in Calif.

People on both sides took to the streets in Sacramento to show their support - both for officers and for those who they believe have been wrongfully killed - Full Story

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Cop has funny reaction when he realizes he's on TV

A police officer accidentally stepped into a reporter’s live shot, and his reaction was priceless.

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D.C. Police Chief spoils gender argument on Meet the Press

Washington D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier spoiled Chuck Todd's women-in-powerful-positions-are-as-good-­as-men segment during Sunday's Meet the Press when she said a person's gender makes no difference in doing your job correctly.

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St. Louis man charged with threatening police on Twitter

Jason Valentine, 35, faces 10 felony counts of making a terrorist threat after several tweets in which he mentioned "Kill a Pig Night" - Full Story



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