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Austin Police Try New Recruiting Tactics to Bolster, Diversify Ranks

August 30, 2016
Outreach efforts toward prospective female applicants are part of a series of responses by Austin police to address a recruiting problem that a consulting group's recently released report said is the biggest challenge facing the department.

McGruff the Crime Dog is Turning 35 and Joining Instagram

July 6, 2015
McGruff the Crime Dog, the National Crime Prevention Council’s symbol of safety and crime prevention, is turning 35 this year. He is marking the occasion with a month-long social media celebration.

'Hacktivists' Outside U.S. Stir Baltimore Unrest via Social Media

May 4, 2015
Bad actors and so-called "hacktivists" descended on Baltimore — electronically, at least — last week, flooding social media with automated accounts and inauthentic images in an effort to spur violence.

Social Media Strategy Consultation and Training

October 8, 2013
LAwS Communications works exclusively with law enforcement with regard to social media strategy. Social media is much more than a box to check. LAwScomm has strategy. IACP Booth #1115

Charleston PD Recruits Blacks and Women Using Social Media

August 24, 2009
The Charleston (W. Va.) Police Department has begun using social networking websites such as Twitter and MySpace as venues to recruit more black and female officers, the Charleston Gazette reports.
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