FULL LIST OF Social media Topics
Viral Facebook video shows aftermath of Minn. OIS, investigation launched–
Thursday, the governor said the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension had begun an independent investigation. The governor also requested a separate DOJ investigation
SC students stage walkout for fired deputy–
About 100 students gathered to express opinions about Ben Fields’ firing in relation to the classroom arrest video
Texas man kills himself while taking selfie with gun–
Investigators say man had found a gun and was taking pictures of himself
Ohio trooper advertised 'traffic stop sex' on Craigslist–
Trooper offered to drop traffic charges in exchange for sexual favors
Police: Calif. teen made school shooting threats as prank–
The teen, who was arrested after investigators served a search warrant at his home, wrote the posts to get a reaction from his friends
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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.
Reality Training: Flash Mobs–
Organized through social media, they gather in masses with the blatant intent to steal. Watch this reality footage as Betsy Brantner Smith reviews what to consider when responding to criminal flash mobs.
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.
PoliceOne top 5
- AG Lynch: US must hold police accountable
- Police departments test gun-mounted cameras
- Tenn. bill to legalize silencers introduced to Congress
- Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits
- Ponch and Jon are back in 'CHiPs' movie trailer
Flow chart: What type of credit card should you pick?
According to PoliceOne data, LEOs are 1.23 times more likely than other consumers to have a credit card. Are you selecting the correct one?