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Social Media for Cops

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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Ore. driver films speedometer at 140 mph, gets arrested

He said he was videotaping his speedometer as well as his arrest so that he could post the video to YouTube - Full Story

Columns

The art of the hashtag on Twitter Lauri Stevens - Social Media & Law Enforcement

The art of the hashtag on Twitter

By using the hashtag relevant to an event, you are injecting yourself into the conversation and spreading information - Full Story

Exclusives

Online videos about policing educate the public

Online videos about policing educate the public

Reinforcing the message that cops in Denver are “making a difference, every day” an eleven-part series produced by DPD is getting lots of positive feedback. - Full Story

Exclusives

Does your PD have a positive online image?

Does your PD have a positive online image?

"The biggest mistake I see in police agencies’ websites is I can’t tell who the target market is," says Cpt. Mike Parker of the LA County Sheriff’s Department. - Full Story

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Online videos about policing educate the public Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Online videos about policing educate the public

Reinforcing the message that cops in Denver are “making a difference, every day” an eleven-part series produced by DPD is getting positive feedback - Full Story

News

Calif city rejects DUI Facebook shaming

Councilman wanted to shame people into changing their behavior, but the Police Department opposed the move - Full Story

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Electronic shaming of drunken drivers

Electronic shaming of drunken drivers

A councilman in California wants to post drunken drivers' mug shots on the police department’s Facebook page in order to create a "public shaming for those who drive drunk." Innocent until proven guilty?

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Calif. PD considers Facebook 'shaming' of drunken drivers

A councilman said he thought the Facebook list could serve as a "sort of public shaming for those who drive drunk" - Full Story

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Video: LA cop explains Golden Globes security

Fans and celebrities will descend upon the venue Sunday - Full Story



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