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Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/05/social-media-for-law-enforcement-dc-public-safety-213000-requests-a-month/

The program interviews Lauri Stevens, Chair of Web Design and Interactive Media for the New England Institute of Art and organizer of the Social Media in Law Enforcement Conference (SMILE). Also interviewed is Daniel Alexander, Chief of Police, Boca Raton, FL. Chief Alexander will be speaking at the Social Media in Law Enforcement Conference. He employees a wide array of social media initiatives.

The theme of the program is that social media accomplishes a wide array of operational objectives, improves public safety and prompts multiple conversations with citizens to improve operations and crime control.

The web address for the conference is . The website for Chief Alexander is http://www.bocaviper.com.

The program is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Terms: social media, SMILE, Social Media in Law Enforcement, police, law enforcement

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  1. Social media has caused a phenomenal change in our society and it’s great to see it being put to good use, instead of being demonized in the press!

  2. Orlando Advertising Agency says

    So if I understand this correctly you are using sosial media sites such as face book and linkedin to spread your message. Is this correct?

    Thanks for following up.

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