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New Zealand police read 'mean tweets'–
The latest department to join in on the fun ... at their own expense.
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.
FBI seeks military applicants–
The FBI hosted a Facebook live interview with two special agents who have prior military service.
Armed Md. woman's interaction with police in standoff–
Police ultimately took the step of asking Facebook and Instagram to deactivate the armed woman's accounts, believing they were distracting her from negotiations.
The most interesting sheriff in the world–
Butler County (Ohio) Sheriff Richard Jones has a message for all those snitches out there.
WINx talk: Media tactics cops learned from the Boston Marathon bombing–
In this talk Melissa Agnes, Crisis Communications expert and consultant, shares her thoughts about the need to get ahead of stories before we lose control of them. Melissa shares lessons learned by walking us through the social media during the Boston Marathon Bombing. For more information about our next WINx event please visit www.experiencewinx.com
Ga. cop who made viral video while driving faces discipline–
The officer posted a 10-second video to his private Facebook account over the weekend.
Calif. police under fire over footage of tackled teen–
Tuesday morning's confrontation has prompted protests and a flood of comments to the department Facebook page.
Philadelphia Police Department recruits with a 90s commercial–
The department repurposed a 90s Sizzler commercial to recruit new officers.
La. sheriff sends warning to thief–
Crime stoppers makes viral videos with sheriff to let thieves know cops are on the way to arrest them
NY detective's rant at Uber cab driver spurs transfer–
Detective heard on video berating an Uber driver was stripped of his gun and badge Wednesday and will be transferred from the police anti-terrorism division.
The role social media should play in your department–
Police One Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Mickey Osterreicher about the role social media should play in your department. Both benefits and potential detriments are discussed.
Texas PD's McConaughey spoof goes viral–
The Cedar Hill Police Department is getting quite a bit of attention for a parody of a series of car commercials.
Okla. chief defends playful recruiting video–
Controversy over a recruiting video has been stirring in the community over the past few weeks, but while some residents said it's embarrassing, the chief stands behind it.
Investigators nab iPad theives when selfies appear on owner's iCloud–
Two men arrested in Houston are accused of stealing an iPad and using it to take selfies that they unknowingly uploaded to the owner's iCloud account.
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