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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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US police behind most data requests on Twitter

80% of 'global demands' for personal info on Twitter come from US law enforcement, typically for use in criminal investigations - Full Story

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Ill. police use Facebook to catch red light-runners

Motorists who run red lights may find their photo on the police department's Facebook page - Full Story

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'Facecrook' site to help NJ sheriff find fugitives

Lists, photos of wanted criminals on warrants will allow residents to report on them - Full Story

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More police use YouTube to tell their own stories

Law enforcement agencies nationwide are embracing online video to cast doubt on false claims and offer their own perspective to the public - Full Story

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Sex offenders fight for right to use Facebook

ACLU: Unconstitutional to bar sex offenders from using basic online services - Full Story

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Twitter snap catches transit cop sleeping on job

Transit police staff discovered a picture of the sleeping officer that a passenger posted to Twitter - Full Story

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Fla. deputy sues over critical website

Filed defamation lawsuit against a former deputy who operates a website that allows people to anonymously criticize police - Full Story

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Beware of police impersonators online Lauri Stevens - Social Media & Law Enforcement

Beware of police impersonators online

No one makes a protective vest for a cop on Facebook - Full Story

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Calif. police among nation's most followed on Twitter

Not surprisingly, a police department whose city limits include the headquarters of such high-tech icons as Google and LinkedIn is among the most followed agencies on Twitter - Full Story

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Twitter fights subpoena in NYC Occupy arrest case

Manhattan district attorney demanded the tweets and user information of a protester - Full Story



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