Category: Evidence Based Decisions

Social Media Risk Management

Last year I was asked to speak to professionals involved in managing risk across a range of public sector organisations. For many organisations and individuals managing risk is about ‘not looking for the problems’. I spent time explain about the risk but mainly the opportunities of a strategic […]

Breaking down #digital policing silos

Yesterday I presented at a conference called ‘Professionalising Open Source Investigations and Intelligence‘ on behalf of police communicators to explain to an audience of investigators, intelligence experts and police analysts what police communications teams are doing on a daily basis across the UK. The event was organised by […]

Police Strategy Forum – June 2016

I have been invited to speak at the Police Strategy Forum this year about my experience of social media engagement, particularly on Facebook. I have the slides here, but it’s really interesting to see how often social media has been referenced in the presentations this year. Whilst there […]

Next steps for Police Facebook Pages

This is the fifth and final post in this series which following a detailed research project looking at how British police use Facebook pages – see more about this and links to other posts here. What are the most effective ways to use Facebook to support this and does […]