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New Media, Old Media, and Policing

February 4, 2011
Most of law enforcement has watched the information age and rising knowledge-worker revolution as curious observers. We should instead embrace the opportunities these innovations have brought us, and communicate directly with the public. After all, we work for them.

Facebook To Create AMBER Alert Pages

January 12, 2011
Andrew Noyes, manager of public policy communications at Facebook, says there will be a page for each state, plus the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Cops Tackle Social Media at SMILE Conference

January 10, 2011
It's now become nearly impossible for law enforcement agencies to remain uninvolved in social media. Enter the Social Media, the Internet, and Law Enforcement (SMILE) conference.

Apprehending John Doe

December 30, 2010

This is the first in a series of short movies produced by the Denver PD's Media Relations Unit and the Denver Police Foundation to illustrate the challenges and rewards of law enforcement.

Seattle Police Tweet Stolen Car Descriptions

December 2, 2010
The department began tweeting vehicle descriptions on Wednesday, beginning with a brown 1984 Toyota Camry sedan. Each tweet includes the warning, "Do not make contact. Call 911."

Agencies Scrutinizing Social Media Use By Recruits

November 15, 2010
Some agencies are also demanding that applicants provide private passwords, Internet pseudonyms, text messages and e-mail logs for sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and MySpace.

Who's Got Your Back?

November 11, 2010
One of the strongest administrators I ever knew was a captain who took more than one unpopular stance against then L.A. County Sheriff Sherman Block. It cost her politically and took a toll on her physically, but she had the respect and affections of those who were fortunate enough to work for and with her. Years after her retirement, her name is spoken with deep respect among those who knew her.

NFL Star's Tweet: Officer Let Me Off for Autograph

November 10, 2010
A Baltimore County Police Officer has dodged disciplinary action, after Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice tweeted that he got out of a traffic ticket in exchange for an autograph.

GM's OnStar Facebook 'Like' Campaign Raises Funds for FOP

November 5, 2010
OnStar's Brave On Facebook "Like" campaign honors the heroism and charitable practices of the members of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). With a target goal of a $250,000 donation, OnStar will help FOP's foundation provide services to the families of fallen officers during the holidays.

Officer Disciplined for Posting Romping Goat Photo on Facebook

September 27, 2010
Southfield (Mich.) police responded to a call of two baby goats romping on a residential roof, because keeping goats is illegal within city limits.

The Bikini Car Wash Incident—A Chief's Perspective

September 27, 2010
Bottom line: Think about what you are doing? Give it a reality check and see how you can defend your actions or presence to your boss if something should occur. If you can't come up with at least three good reasons, stay home.

Sexy Car Wash Photos Cost S.C. Officer His Job

September 22, 2010
A Moncks Corner (S.C.) police officer is now out of a job, after photos of bikini-clad women draped on his cruiser showed up on the Facebook page of a tattoo parlor.

N.H. Burglers Robbed Houses Using Facebook Updates

September 13, 2010
The Nashua (N.H.) Police Department's burglary unit recovered between $100,000 and $200,000 in stolen goods and arrested three suspects who identified their victims using social networking sites.

Massachusetts Trooper Posed With Underage Women and Alcohol

August 23, 2010
In the photos, Sgt. William Nasuti is seen posing with three underage women. A large bottle of alcohol can be seen in two of the shots, including one where it rests on the trunk of Nasuti's police cruiser.

Slain Harlem Suspect Bragged on Twitter About Going '2 Da Grave'

August 11, 2010
Luis Soto, the 21-year-old man who instigated a melee in Harlem that led to the deaths of two people and injuries to a pair of NYPD officers, portrayed himself as the toughest of gangbangers on the Twitter micro-blogging site.

SIG Sauer Launches Facebook Page

May 17, 2010
The goal of the page is to create a place for fans to interact directly with the company and with other enthusiasts, where they can discuss and review SIG's various products, its shooting team, academy and learn about upcoming events.

Pennsylvania's 'Jihad Jane' Plotted With Islamists To Murder Cartoonist

March 10, 2010
Colleen LaRose, who lived in the suburbs of Philadelphia, had linked up with Islamist terrorists overseas to carry out the murder of Lars Vilks, who had depicted the prophet Mohammed's head on the body of a dog.

Gun Rights Advocates Target California Detective Following Facebook Posts

February 16, 2010
Gun rights advocates have a California police detective in their cross hairs after he apparently posted comments on Facebook advocating that "open carry" supporters should be shot.

Gang Members Increasingly Using Twitter and Facebook to Brag

February 3, 2010
The nation's gangs are increasingly turning to social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, which is helping law enforcement identify members and learn about their organizations.

PoliceMag.com Adds Video Gallery

January 14, 2010
We've organized it the same way the main site is organized—into topic areas. So you'll be able to browse recent videos on the main page or look within topics such as Gangs, SWAT, Weapons, Recruit, Patrol, Technology, Vehicles, and Women in Law Enforcement.
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