Welcome to my series of social media tips. These are aimed primarily at a police audience, but hopefully applicable to a wider group of people too, especially those in the public sector. This series of posts will aim to identify some good practice and useful hints and tips for police officers and staff to consider when using social media.
- #bostonexplosion #ukgc11 ACPO augmented reality Big Society coalition collaboration communication communities community conference confidence conservatives crime Crompton CSPs data DEI demographics elected engagement Facebook fairness feedback Flick'r futures GMP government govt GPS handbook hashtag Home Secretary invisible policing iPhone job losses legitimacy liberal democrats Lincolnshire Lincs local govt Mackey Manor Labs march Microsoft Money mypolice open data Personal police police authority policing policy politics privacy protest redundancy SCC scrutiny SIO social media strategic command course Strategy targets technology Texas trust Twitter twitter trial Values VFM video wildlife protection Yammer YouTube
- RT @WYP_SBarberini: I only have one pair of eyes and one set of ears, but by making the right links in my community I have hundreds of eyes… 3 days ago
- RT @BBCPaulMurphy: Humberside Police have taken the unusual step of responding directly to a national newspaper article about the force. ht… 5 days ago
- RT @alfiemoore: Hurd telling senior managers #EIP17 some of them are 'out of touch with staff' Deliciously ironically he's saying it via p… 1 week ago
- RT @dave__spencer: #eip17 @ZoeBillingham discusses the common themes she sees in high performing forces. Nothing new or clever so why can’t… 1 week ago
- RT @Supt_Foskett: Day 2 of #eip17 and another fab line up. Best conference I’ve been to in ages. 1 week ago