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Law Enforcement Using Social Media to Stop Crimes

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The use of social media by law enforcement is becoming a very common avenue to solve crimes.

These techniques are slowly catching on across the country. According to a recent survey of 1,221 federal, state and local law enforcement who use social media, four out of five officials used social media to gather intelligence during investigations. Half said they checked social media at least once a week, and the majority said social media helps them solve crimes faster.

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Law Enforcement Using Social Media to Stop Crimes

  1. 1. Date: June 19, 2013 Presentation By: Ashley CisnerosShalyn DeverSOCIAL MEDIAThe Next Crime Fighting Tool
  2. 2. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA?Seriously, what is it?“An umbrella term that defines thevarious activities that integratetechnology, social interaction, and theconstruction of words, pictures, videos,and audio.”-Wikipedia
  3. 3. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)
  4. 4. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)CASE STUDIESHow Social Media Solves CrimesPhoto of a car part posted online byMatt Hardigree to help solve crime.Waynesboro PoliceDepartment usesphoto posted onJalopnik to solvehit-and-run case.
  5. 5. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)CASE STUDIESHow Social Media Solves Crimes“We love it when theyfilm themselvescommitting a crimeand post it for us tosee,”-Lt. George Wilson
  6. 6. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)CASE STUDIESHow Social Media Solves CrimesSocial Media: 4Chan, Reddit, & Facebook
  7. 7. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)FACTSHow Social Media Solves Crimes• 1,221 federal, state and local law enforcement use social media• four out of five officials used it to gather intelligence• 1/2 said they checked social media at least once a week• majority said social media helps them solve crimes faster• Facebook is the most fruitful social network followed by YouTube.• Only 10% of the law enforcement officials received formal training on howto use social media for investigations.
  8. 8. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)FACTSHow Social Media Solves Crimes• ~ 200 videos shared online and promoted in social media sits led to 112 arrests asof December 2012.
  9. 9. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)MARKETING PROGRAMS• Fundraising• Unsolved crimes• Getting started• Cautions
  10. 10. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)FUNDRAISINGBenefiting a Cause Through Social Media• Share your story.• Find your influencersand potential donors.• Branding and call toaction. (Avengers, assemble!)• Use your manners andsay, “Thank you!”
  11. 11. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)UNSOLVED CRIMESBuilding Awareness Through Social Media“If youdon’tknow,share it!”
  12. 12. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)GETTING STARTEDHow to Kick Start Your Social Media Strategy• Target audience• Who’s doing your social media?• Select your tools• Scheduling
  13. 13. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com321.236.BUZZ (2899)CAUTIONSWhat to Look Out for When Using Social Media• Anonymous features• Privacy settings• Stay active• Use social media to collectdata, not expose it
  14. 14. www.chatterbuzzmedia.com1442 E.Michigan St.Orlando, FL 32806QUESTIONS?For a copy of this presentation or for moreinformation about social media & digitalmarketing, feel free to contact:Info@Chatterbuzzmedia.com@ChatterbuzzzChatterBuzzMedia

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