Search

Archives

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.

If there is a topic you want me to write about or have a question for us, please make sure to contact me via any of the options throughout this website. I'll do my best to contact you as soon as possible.
Mike Bires

#Facebook adding Dark Web access to the platform via -Tor for Android

#Facebook adding Dark Web access to the platform via -Tor for Android
The social discussion regarding the increased need of user anonymity and scrutiny over the amount of data accessible by government agencies, continues to remain at the fulcrum of the digital debate.   Following the Edward Snowden  revelations in 2013, the big five social media and tech giants jointly agreed to publicly decry the NSA snooping actions of on-line content...
Continue reading
Rate this blog entry:
1535 Hits
0 Comments
Mike Bires

How To Stop Making New Years Resolutions That Don’t Last

How To Stop Making New Years Resolutions That Don’t Last
Are your new years resolutions on auto pilot? Meaning, are they in a set-it and forget-it mode? Stop setting resolutions that don't last and F.O.C.I.S. on setting GOALS that  move the needle in 2016!   First off, let me say welcome to the New Year!    There is something about the word “New” that always intrigues me.  Just saying the word gives me a feeling of empowerment, ...
Continue reading
Rate this blog entry:
1033 Hits
0 Comments
Mike Bires

Terms of Use For Law Enforcement Social Media

Terms of Use For Law Enforcement Social Media
In this episode of The Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast and COPS on Blab, guests Billy Grogan and Kathryn Hamel discuss the importance of terms of use pages for social media pages managed by law enforcement agencies. The show's content and video were derived from a blog post authored by Billy, " What Every Law Enforcement Facebook Page Needs. " We collaborated with Billy and expanded it to not...
Continue reading
Rate this blog entry:
1201 Hits
0 Comments
Mike Bires

Civilians Can Do Social Media Investigations, Too!

Civilians Can Do Social Media Investigations, Too!
Do you want to conduct your own social media investigations? Maybe you're curious what a family member is doing online, or what an employee is saying about you or the company. Whether you want to verify the validity of a website or social media account, or need to determine the activities of your teen daughter, this episode of The Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast and COPS on Blab is just for y...
Continue reading
Rate this blog entry:
896 Hits
0 Comments
Mike Bires

Are You Using The Facebook Instant Reply Feature?

Are You Using The Facebook Instant Reply Feature?
We all know staying on top of those incoming messages on Facebook can sometimes pose a challenge for us here in law enforcement social media. For example, if you are in an organization where monitoring of your department's social media platforms 24 hours a day is not possible, you only have two choices; Ignore the incoming messages and address them the next time a member of your social media team ...
Continue reading
Rate this blog entry:
1599 Hits
0 Comments
Mike Bires

Sprout Social and Facebook Images: The Solution

Sprout Social and Facebook Images: The Solution
We use Sprout Social here at LawEnforcement.Social to manage our social media accounts, and the police department where I work has their own Sprout Social account for the department's various platforms. Although I love the platform because it simplifies doing certain tasks, there is one issue it can't handle.  Uploading Photos Using Sprout Social - The Problem If you've ever tried to upload a...
Continue reading
Rate this blog entry:
1979 Hits
0 Comments