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Public Response to In-Custody Deaths

September 17, 2013

The chances of an in-custody death subsequent to police use of less-lethal weapons sparking a media firestorm in your city are ever growing. So it is imperative that your agency be prepared to respond to the public and media when an arrest-related death occurs.

Conn. Law Blocks Release of Newtown Photos, Video

June 6, 2013
A new law blocking the release of photos and video from the crime scene of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was signed into law by Connecticut's Gov. Dannel Malloy on Wednesday.

Va. Agency Honored for Social Media Work

August 2, 2012
The Richmond (Va.) Police Department began using social media sites to communicate with the public in 2008. The agency has accounts in almost every social media outlet, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Ustream.

Why I Hate Contacting Some Police Departments

February 16, 2011
Having been there and done your job, I'm here to tell you—no, promise you—that I'll try to go out of my way not to set you up or burn you.

Dallas PD Shares Info Via Twitter

August 13, 2009
The Dallas Police Department has joined departments in Baltimore and Boston in using Twitter and other social media sites to relay information to its residents, DallasNews.com reports.
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