Supporting the Needs of Law Enforcement Online
In fall 2014 the IACP conducted their fifth annual social media survey. The results are now available.
At IACP 2014, IACP and Accenture released a social media maturity model to build on their Ready, Set, Go document.
IACP’s Center for Social Media serves as a clearinghouse of information and no-cost resources to help law enforcement personnel to develop or enhance their agency’s use of social media and integrate Web 2.0 tools into agency operations.
New Featured Agency: Cambridge Police Department
The Cambridge, Massachusetts, Police Department uses various social media platforms to reach out to, and engage, community members.
New Blog Post: Using Social Media During the Snowstorm
The Arlington Police Department took advantage of their social media accounts, some humor, and rare snow in Texas to provide alerts and information to the community while also having some fun. In the newest blog post on The Social Media Beat, the department highlights how they did it.
New Blog Post: Social Media Fatigue
Is your agency experiencing social media fatigue? Are you looking for ways to reinvigorate your profiles? In the newest blog post on The Social Media Beat, Chief Billy Grogan discusses three ways to address this challenge.
The Cambridge Police Department is committed to the protecting life and property and to enhancing the quality of life within the City of Cambridge.
The Cambridge Police Department also maintains a Vine account to share short videos.
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Does the IACP offer social media training?
The IACP, through its Center for Social Media, offers executive level training on social media. Click here for more information.
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