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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. DOJ unveils website with law enforcement data

The database is the culmination of months of work aimed at improving transparency and government accountability - Full Story


Video: Pa. officer's message about his job goes viral

The 40 second video taken of Officer Miller offers a different glimpse into the life of a police officer - Full Story


New app intended to enhance Ky. campus safety

Users can report suspicious or criminal activity to University Police and can remain anonymous - Full Story


Fla. police: Officer justified in take-down move on viral video

A dash cam video shows officer struggling to put woman in handcuffs before taking her forcefully to the ground - Full Story


La. PD’s PSA aims to educate public on what to do when stopped by cops

A police department created a video detailing how to act during a traffic stop - Full Story


RISE Honorees: How #supportblue is shining a light on the 'quiet majority' of cop supporters Cole Zercoe - Policing in the 21st Century

RISE Honorees: How #supportblue is shining a light on the 'quiet majority' of cop supporters

Support Blue is an awareness campaign designed to bring attention to those who believe in and support the men and women of law enforcement - Full Story


NC police investigating ‘creepy’ cloaked figure near playground

Police are investigating viral images that sparked fear among residents - Full Story


Calif. police launch FAQ webpage for officer-involved shootings

The webpage is to help questions residents have about how officer-involved shootings are investigated - Full Story

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