Social Media for Cops
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SC police chief's post sets off Facebook frenzy–
Marijuana-activists viewed the chief's comment as threatening
Boston police keep city safe after World Series victory–
Throughout the night, the Boston police department had tweeted cautionary messages, encouraging fans to "Celebrate with pride"
Saving lives using social media (Part 2)–
Real Time Crisis addresses the paradigm shift in communication and recognizes the necessity of need to improving services in light of shrinking resources
Social media gaining ground with Mass. police–
Massachusetts state police are the leading state department on Twitter with more than 72K followers
What to consider when setting up PD social media accounts–
There are dozens of networks your department could join — how do you make the most of your limited time?
Engaging your community on Facebook–
What does undercover work have to do with law enforcement’s ability to effectively communicate with the community via social media?
Cops and agencies awarded for social media excellence–
The second annual ConnectedCOPS Awards recognized 8 individual officers or police agencies for their pioneering efforts
Social media fueling Chicago gang wars–
Reach of online presence has violence spreading far beyond traditional gang 'turf' boundaries, police monitoring of social sites critical to stemming flow
Ohio police chief invites 85K Facebook fans to party–
His posts mixing humor, blunt opinion, community engagement and rants has drawn a huge audience, 1000 are expected to show
ICE launches 'Operation Predator' app–
The app contains information about child sexual abuse and exploitation fugitives and allows users to submit tips online
Man who confessed fatal DUI crash in viral video charged–
Matthew Cordle is charged with a misdemeanor count of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol
Ohio man posts video confession of fatal crash online–
22-year-old Matthew Cordle had been a suspect in the June crash but was not charged
Launch nears for police social media site BlueLine–
Created by former LAPD chief Bill Bratton, BlueLine lets officers share their expertise, insight and information securely
Medical center employee makes hateful comments following officer’s death–
A University of Maryland Medical Center employee is being investigated after making disparaging comments on her Facebook page about the death of Officer First Class Jason Schneider.
Facebook 'Likes' leads to surf riot suspect's arrest–
The suspect, proud of his actions, 'liked' the Huntington Beach Police Department's picture #15 and shared it with friends
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