The Law Enforcement Social Media Blog

The authoritative resource for news and information about law enforcement social media. From Facebook and Twitter to YouTube and Nixle, we discuss social media and its use as the ultimate community policing tool.

Facebook Live, Are You Doing It?

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With the rise of the recent “Facebook Apocalypse” affecting the algorithm that allowed Facebook Business Pages to remain relevant, businesses are scrambling. Businesses, including government entities such as police, fire, and local government are trying to figure out what they need to do to remain relevant in the Facebook Newsfeed. In our recent Facebook Update class, we talked about a few tactics...
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Why'd You Stop Me? (WYSM) with Jason Lehman

Why'd You Stop Me? (WYSM) with Jason Lehman
There is a violent confrontation between the police and a community member EVERY hour in our country, and this violence often stems from a lack of understanding and mistrust for the police. It is crucial that we educate our future leaders in the community about policing in order to promote positive interactions between community members and the police. Long Beach police officer, Jason Lehman, crea...
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Managing The Millennial's With Dr. Chip Espinoza

Managing The Millennial's With Dr. Chip Espinoza
On this episode of the Law Enforcement Social Media podcast and COPS on Blab we interviewed Dr. Chip Espinoza and discuss managing the millennials.    App of The Week Anchor is a free app for IOS that allows you to record and broadcast up to 2 minutes of audio.  It’s being touted as the first true public radio.  To read more, click here for the complete article.   Dr....
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Creative Content For The Super Bowl

Creative Content For The Super Bowl
On this episode of the Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast and COPS on Blab, we talk about publishing content for the Super Bowl.  When this show is released, the Super Bowl will have came and went and the Denver Broncos will have been crowned the winners, the content provided in this show will help you with any other type of large event.  So make sure you listen all the way through. We were join...
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A Hashtag Based On A Community Tragedy

A Hashtag Based On A Community Tragedy
We originally planned to have our friends from the Arlington Police Department's Social Media Team on the show for this episode, however, due to unforeseen circumstances, they had to reschedule with us. Thankfully, our fan of the week, Rebecca Tabbert-Contreras, has graciously offered to step up and fill in for Arlington PD. After the mass murder in San Bernardino, California, on Wednesday, Decemb...
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Going LIVE On Social Media

Going LIVE On Social Media
Law Enforcement has embraced several social media platforms in recent years as several administrators have quickly discovered how beneficial they are.  Social media has increased opportunities to communicate directly with the community and allowed the agency to release messages that cannot be construed by outside sources. Recently, Twitter unveiled a new (barely a month old) video live-stream...
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