Social Media for Cops
FULL LIST OF Social Media for Cops - page 3 Videos
Privacy Protocols for Officers and the Internet–
Doug Wyllie interviews Lauri Stevens regarding officer safety issues related to social networking and the internet. Lauri emphasizes some of the important privacy settings to put in place for officers who use Facebook, as well as camera settings for your cell phone.
Canadian Mounted Police release "It Gets Better" video–
The RCMP is the latest group to release a It Gets Better video, aimed at gay and lesbian youths, encouraging them to deal with the struggles of adolescence.
CRAIG PHINNEY - Cops Against Cancer - Public Service Ad- Video Colorectal Cancer Prevention–
Cops helping other cops stay healthy.
Medford Police arrest 2 for alleged stolen vehicle–
Camera man who calls himself marked guardian catches an arrest on film, as spectators inform him 2 have been arrested for a stolen vehicle.
Officer pepper sprays out-of-control teen–
Mother called police after kid broke $3000 television because his mother refused to buy him a video game.
Fort Worth PD's PSA for safe driving–
The Fort Worth police recognize that civilians and police alike are easily distracted behind the wheel, and emphasize the importance of focusing in this exaggerated PSA.
Tampa Police encourage citizens to "Call Me Maybe"–
The Tampa Police Department lip-sync the Carly Rae Jepsen hit to tell their community to call the department with crime tips and information.
Girl fights to save cop dad's job–
An officer whose daughter is "a big daddy's girl" was surprised the 11-year-old made a YouTube video fighting to save his job — and their family home — from budget cuts.
Vigilante bike theft victim–
A man whose bike was stolen made a YouTube video and not only got his bicycle back, but used it to chase down the suspect before police arrested him.
Officer Roadkill on the Information Highway–
In this video, Dave Smith talks to a prominent prosecutor named Val Van Brocklin. Val discusses an important topic that can negatively affect any law enforcement officer's career: improper use of social networking.
Don't let technology hurt your career–
PoliceOne Columnist Betsy Brantner Smith offers a few thoughts on the hazards to your career that things such as SMS “text” messages, email, and the Internet can be. The way in which you communicate using these technologies — and the individual messages you send and receive — can be subpoenaed and used in court.
Man fights with Denver PD on bridge (Full version)–
This is the complete video of an incident on a bridge in Denver between a man and the police. According to a P1 member, the prior version was edited by the man's lawyer.
Cop killer has Facebook friends–
A man on death row for killing a police officer has found his way onto Facebook. Affiliate WJHL has more.
Gangs use social media to find members–
When you join social-networking sites like Facebook, be careful who you become friends with. More gang members are joining the networks and operating online.
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