Social Media for Cops
FULL LIST OF Social Media for Cops RESULTS
UK terror attack: Perpetrator used WhatsApp, firm must help police get access–
British press reports suggest Khalid Masood used the messaging service owned by Facebook just minutes before the Wednesday rampage
Park Forest officers read 'mean tweets'–
Park Forest Police want everyone to be pleased with the services they provide, but also understand that police work is a tough job. It requires tough choices and not everyone is going to be happy all the time. Park Forest Police have to sometimes have thick skin, and a sense of humor. In this video, Park Forest Police officers share actual tweets the department has received on Twitter.
Facebook rape stirs questions about witnessing crimes online–
A major complicating factor is whether internet witnesses can accurately assess what they see on their screens
Police: Chicago teen apparently gang-raped on Facebook Live–
None of the roughly 40 people who watched the live video reported the attack to police
Facebook limits law enforcement data access for surveillance–
The company said they would still cooperate with law enforcement on a case-by-case basis
Police post photo on social media of seized gun, hilarity ensues–
One commenter asked if the suspect was "attempting to assassinate Lincoln"
Ohio officer chips in after girl asks for homework help–
Although the department provided an incorrect answer, the girl's mother was appreciative of the kind gesture
3 court decisions on disciplining public employees for speech–
When cops are unsure about the protection of speech, existing case law should be examined
When the PD social media policy meets the First Amendment–
A police department is liable for social media policy that violates officers’ First Amendment rights
Uber driver returns stolen purse after cop sends selfie–
The officer sent a text with a selfie confirming he was a cop in order to get a stolen purse back
Fatal shooting that killed toddler captured on Facebook Live–
Investigators are examining video that captured a shooting that killed a toddler and a man in hopes of finding the people responsible
'Police' be mine: Cops get mushy for Valentine's Day–
Roses are red, uniforms are blue...
Thinking outside the box: Police use of social media to catch criminals–
Suspects can be tracked down through a variety of special techniques and tools, all legally obtained and used
Boston police troll NFL commish after Patriots win Super Bowl–
"When they suspended TB12 for 4 games, they didn’t just disrespect the greatest QB of all time, they insulted a region"
Rapid Response: 3 key lessons from the cop, paramedic confrontation video–
Failure to effectively communicate during multidisciplinary response may result in serious repercussions
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