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Video: Austin Police Detective Suspended Over Facebook Comments
Austin Police Detective Suspended Over Facebook Comments

Austin Police Detective Suspended Over Facebook Comments

The Austin (TX) Police Department says Detective Jason Chiappardi posted inappropriate comments on his alias Facebook page about the shooting of naked unarmed teen David Joseph. The department gave him a three-day suspension without pay. More Here.

August 24, 2016

Officers Train With NYPD's Twitter Police

NYPD's top brass are taking classes on how to Tweet. The department had only one Twitter account at the beginning of the year, but now has more than 40 and plans to add more.

September 18, 2014

Posts for Public Consumption?

Posts for Public Consumption?

If you shot somebody tomorrow, how would the post you put online today read in the mind of Miss Mary Poppins sitting at her breakfast table?

September 9, 2014

LAPD Library of Homicides Puts 'Murder Books' Online

LAPD's first-of-its-kind partnership with the FBI will place sought-after homicide case information a click away for detectives, who sometimes spend weeks tracking down a file's location.

November 19, 2013

DOJ To Police: Get a Warrant for Older E-mails

The Department of Justice on Tuesday dropped its support for allowing law enforcement to review older e-mails without a warrant in testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.

March 20, 2013

Social Media Ridealongs

Social Media Ridealongs

Not only do social media help agencies establish better community ties, they also provide them with auxiliary networks of support personnel, informants, and sympathetic witnesses.

March 20, 2013

FBI Updates Computer System

Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have finally ditched paper files for a new computer system, an effort that took 12 years and cost more than $600 million.

August 1, 2012

Ark. Deputy Fired for Facebook Comments

A Baxter County (Ark.) Sheriff's deputy was fired after he posted comments on his Facebook page containing profanity, criticism of coworkers, and a reference to himself sitting naked on his porch.

August 1, 2012

Skype Makes Chat Data More Available To Police

Skype, the online phone service long favored by political dissidents, criminals and others eager to communicate beyond the reach of governments, has expanded its cooperation with law enforcement authorities to make online chats and other user information available to police.

July 27, 2012

Felonbook.com Launched To Change 'The System'

Felonbook.com Launched To Change 'The System'

The site enables the "game changing principles of anonymous viral activism, or A-V-A," according to a press release from its founder, who is known as Mr. X (con).

March 22, 2012

15 Questions To Ask Before Enrolling In An Online University