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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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MMA fighter surrenders after live-tweeting standoff

Officers arrived at his house to arrest him on warrants in connection with domestic violence and stalking charges - Full Story

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Ill. authorities find fugitives with #WarrantWednesday

Ill. authorities find fugitives with #WarrantWednesday

Social media engages public and encourages them to assist law enforcement by providing locations of fugitives with outstanding warrants - Full Story

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DEA agent sued over fake Facebook page in drug case

DEA agent sued over fake Facebook page in drug case

Set up account using photos and other personal information of woman arrested in drug case to trick friends and associates into revealing drug secrets - Full Story

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Woman denies sending Ferguson grand jury tweet

County prosecutors said Wednesday that they were reviewing the report but had no evidence to suggest information in the tweet was credible - Full Story

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Iowa PD's safety PSA goes viral

The West Des Moines Police Department is getting the word out on slowing down for emergency vehicles in a creative way.

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Video: Iowa PD's safety PSA goes viral

The West Des Moines Police Department is getting the word out on slowing down for emergency vehicles in a creative way - Full Story

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Tweet about Ferguson grand jury sparks probe

The Twitter user claimed in a tweet posted Wednesday that a friend serving on the grand jury said the panel lacked evidence to warrant an arrest of Darren Wilson - Full Story

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LAPD: No, you can't recharge an iPhone in the microwave

A hoax floating around the Internet seemed so legitimate to some that even police are spreading the warning - Full Story

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Mo. cops apologize for wording on media seminar flier

Community activists and others have posted about the flier on social media, saying the "gorilla" and "animals" references have racial overtones - Full Story

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Trending topics: When a suspect turns to social media

By PoliceOne Staff For this week’s ‘Trending Topics,’ we take a look at five stories... - Full Story



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