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Social Media strategy, policy and implementation for law enforcement | police
Social Media strategy, policy and implementation for law enforcement | police

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Keynote Deputy Chief Peter Sloly, Toronto Police 
In the year 2020 police will need to be able to effectively, ethically and equitably police in both the real and virtual worlds. This topic is an exploration of how police need to keep doing the best of the old community policing world while learning how to use the best of the new social/cyber/digital policing world.

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Be there or be square

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Using Digital Video Social Media; Patrolling the 21st Century Beat
Superintendent Kerry Blakeman will talk about the Social Media journey of West Midlands Police from humble beginnings through to its use of video platforms to inform, educate and reassure local communities. West Midlands Police have been recognised by industry experts for their innovation and “behind the badge” approach to show the public “their” police service. Reach, engagement and public confidence continue to soar aided by the innovative use new video platforms such as Periscope & Blab. Kerry will talk you through that journey so your agency can learn from the experiences of West Midlands Police.

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This is the fourth year of the #ConnectedCOPS Awards. These awards are open to police agencies and professionals anywhere in the world. They are awarded in eight categories.

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When a shooter killed three RCMP members in Moncton last year, the need to communicate with residents in the area was critical. With local radio stations automated, television not broadcasting a newscast for several hours and the local newspaper behind a paywall, the New Brunswick RCMP’s Strategic Communications Unit turned to social media to not only share information but assist investigators in catching the killer.  Today, the New Brunswick RCMP has one of the largest social media followings of a police force in North America.

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Video integration into your social media platforms can increase your reach exponentially. There are so many easy-to-learn mobile apps, video equipment, and editing platforms that can make your organization shine when it comes to video production. Attendees will see first-hand on how to tell a story through the use of video. Content can then be uploaded to social media platforms for greater reach. This course covers the right equipment to buy, simplified editing platforms, and how to maximize your finished product. Gone are the days where an individual had to have an extensive knowledge on video-based technologies. There are so many ways to produce high quality content that will marvel your bosses and wow your audiences. As an added bonus, attendees will find out how to receive free money to purchase equipment. The Arlington Police Department has pioneered the way in promoting public relations and citizen engagement through video.

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