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10 Tips for Crisis Communications

“I've handled a lot of big incidents in my time and in the 12 years before I came to Boulder, there was nothing like the King Soopers shooting. Everything is permanently etched in my mind,” says Dionne Waugh, Boulder Police Department public information officer.

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OSHP Launches TikTok Account to Recruit Troopers

“TikTok provides us with another avenue to begin conversations with individuals who we know are looking for a meaningful career of service," Col. Charles A. Jones, patrol superintendent, says.

TX Cops Make “Toy Story” Halloween Video for Community

The department’s social media post even took a line from the movie’s song, saying just remember “You’ve got a friend in me.”

3 Reminders for Police on "Toy" and "Replica" Weapons as Halloween Approaches

For years now, bad guys have been painting guns in neon colors to look like toys, while so-called "toys" have become so realistic that they're virtually indistinguishable from the real thing—especially in rapidly unfolding, high-stress situations.

Seattle Officer Fired Over Social Media Posts

In its disciplinary action report (DAR) following the investigation, SPD said Constantin’s tweets were “extremely unprofessional, offensive, derogatory, and entirely unacceptable.”

OH Cop Rescues Woman Stuck Upside Down at Gym

Police in Berea, OH, responded to a 24-hour gym after a woman became stuck upside down on a workout machine. She caught the entire adventure on video that is now reported to have more than 8 million views on TikTok.

Police Warn About Tiktok Door Kick Challenge

The "door kick challenge" involves people going around neighborhoods and recording themselves kicking the doors of innocent homeowners. Footage of the door kicking is then uploaded to TikTok and shown while Kesha's song "Die Young" plays over it.

OH Officer Defends His YouTube Body Camera Channel

The Columbus Division of Police and Columbus Public Safety departments are looking into complaints filed by citizens about an officer’s YouTube channel. The officer has posted a nine-minute video response rebutting the complaints about his Columbus Police Body Camera channel.

Facebook Sued Over Politically Motivated Murder of Officer

According to Facebook messages obtained by federal prosecutors, Carrillo met Robert Alvin Justus Jr., the driver of the vehicle from which he is alleged to have opened fire on Underwood, through Facebook groups for the Boogaloo movement.

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Training for Threats on Schools Made Via Social Media

With 2022 now upon us—and the omnipresent threat of a sequel to Omicron looming in the dark recesses of unquiet adolescent minds—the possibility that the type of threat presented on TikTok in the final days of the Fall '21 school semester still lingers.

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