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Social Media for Cops

In the Social Media for Cops section you’ll find news reports and expert articles dealing with all things social media. Facebook and Twitter are being used by officers to connect with each other, with the public, and with departments around the world, sometimes for fun and other times to help solve crimes.
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Photo: Texas cop gets kiss from ballerina daughter

The photo went viral after the department posted it on Facebook - Full Story

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The Up-Beat: Officers support children, help suicidal man

By PoliceOne Staff Lending a helping hand is part of the job for officers of the law — but their... - Full Story

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Photo: W.Va. boy asks troopers for autograph

Photo: W.Va. boy asks troopers for autograph

The boy wanted an autograph from his biggest heroes - Full Story

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Video: Fla. woman records herself drunk driving, gets DUI

An officer determined her location from her live-steamed video, tracked her down and charged her with a DUI - Full Story

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Former cop leads protest after 'blacklivesmatter' written on coffee cup

The appearance of a "blacklivesmatter" hashtag on a police officer's coffee cup prompted a small protest outside a Rhode Island Dunkin' Donuts - Full Story

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7-year-old boy on mission to thank every NYPD officer

The child is visiting every precinct to show his gratitude - Full Story

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Attorney: LA cops who fatally shot man feared ambush related to Instagram video

An attorney for two officers that fatally shot a man said they were on high alert after a gun-wielding social media post - Full Story

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Ex-lieutenant fired over gorilla Facebook post plans appeal in NJ

An investigation was launched after a citizen sent police a screenshot of the Facebook post in July - Full Story

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LAPD: 90s Rap group posted video of gun flashed near officer

Police said in a statement that the video posted on Instagram was intended as entertainment and not a threat - Full Story



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