Mike Bires - Founder, Author and Host

As the founder of LawEnforcement.Social, I am excited to have you visit not only the website, but my blog page as well. I hope you enjoy my articles and find them helpful in whatever you may be doing.

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Mike Bires

Tip: Use SproutSocial Chrome Plugin

Tip: Use SproutSocial Chrome Plugin
For many of us, social media is a collateral duty in law enforcement. If you are going to do it well and standout among others, it also means you have to invest a great deal of time, whether "on the clock or not." Save time and use the SproutSocial extension for Google Chrome to schedule your content in advance. It's a cool trick which will make your life a little easier, providing you use the so...
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Mike Bires

LinkedIn And Cops - Doing It Better

LinkedIn And Cops - Doing It Better
Whether you are looking to create a professional resume for your current position, have a side business you want to promote, or need to set up that retirement job, LinkedIn is the ultimate tool for networking police officers. Unfortunately, most of us aren't "getting it." If you want to stand out above the crowd, then you have to show the world you are different than every other police officer wh...
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Mike Bires

How To Build A Successful Police Agency Facebook Page

How To Build A Successful Police Agency Facebook Page
How to build a successful police agency Facebook page The common denominator in these two examples of Facebook success is that each is managing their page in a way that works for their department, their community, and themselves Many departments have great Facebook pages. They’re viewed as excellent examples of law enforcement’s use of social media, and can form as a baseline for those building t...
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Mike Bires

They Thought They Got Away With It

They Thought They Got Away With It
When two gay men were approached and savagely beaten by a well-heeled group of white men and women in Philadelphia, police appealed for the public’s support in identifying the attackers…and Twitter solved the crime. According to the police statement: On September 11, 2014, at 10:45 pm, the complainant, a 28 year-old male, along with a friend, a 27 year-old male, were on the 1600 block of Chancell...
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