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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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Put to the vote: Fla. community has say on squad car designs Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Put to the vote: Fla. community has say on squad car designs

The Ocala (Fla.) PD has engaged the community in a creative and compelling fashion, and by all accounts, the effort was very successful - Full Story

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Facebook Forum: Weighing in on 'millennial' police recruits

Do you think there's a law enforcement generation gap, and is it a problem? - Full Story

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Video: A look inside Kentucky State Police

The agency has released the third episode of its TV video series - Full Story

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How agencies are using social media to manage crisis response Leischen Stelter - Education Issues in Public Safety

How agencies are using social media to manage crisis response

Responding quickly — both physically and via social media — can help instill public confidence that the police are aware of, and responding to, an alleged crime in your jurisdiction - Full Story

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Twitter 'ban' for UK cop after student mayhem posts

Cop posted nearly 10,000 messages, often covering incidents - Full Story

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Survey: Citizens want cops on Facebook Hayley Hudson - Stories from the Beat

Survey: Citizens want cops on Facebook

In results released at IACP, respondents said they're only minimally informed of local police activities - Full Story

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NYPD to boost gang unit over social media violence

Teenage crimes fueled by dares, insults traded on Facebook, other sites; unit's size to double - Full Story

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Girl fights to save cop dad's job

An officer whose daughter is "a big daddy's girl" was surprised the 11-year-old made a YouTube video fighting to save his job — and their family home — from budget cuts.

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Social media training set after Pa. hostage call

Social media training set after Pa. hostage call

A man armed with a hammer and kitchen knife used a hostage's computer to post Facebook messages - Full Story



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