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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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Calif. cops get calls from public after Facebook goes down

The reports to the department were apparently strong enough to warrant a response from Sgt. Burton Brink - Full Story

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Top 5 police videos of July

By PoliceOne Staff For the month of July, an officer's powerful tribute to the fallen gave us all pause... - Full Story

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Md. man arrested after 'can't catch me' Facebook post

Roger Ray Ireland, 28, saw his wanted poster on the department’s page on July 23.

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Md. man arrested after 'can't catch me' Facebook post

Roger Ray Ireland, 28, saw his wanted poster on the department’s page on July 23 - Full Story

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Texas police recruit gay officers through YouTube clip

The Fort Worth Police Department has launched a new effort to make inroads with the city’s gay community.

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Texas police recruit gay officers through YouTube clip

The Fort Worth Police Department has launched a new effort to make inroads with the city’s gay community - Full Story

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Fla. department latest to offer space for Craigslist transactions

Craigslist is becoming a popular place for criminals to lurk, so South Florida police agencies are opening their doors to online buyers and sellers - Full Story

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Pickup game between Mo. cops, kids goes viral

The officers said taking 30 minutes to play isn’t that rare; it just happened to be captured on camera this time.

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Video: Pickup game between Mo. cops, kids goes viral

The officers said taking 30 minutes to play isn’t that rare; it just happened to be captured on camera this time - Full Story

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Calif. cop placed on leave over YouTube rant about bicyclists

The video, shot in Calabasas, was created by a volunteer reserve officer with the Santa Paula Police Department.



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