On Monday 27 June 2016 I was asked to present at the European Police College (CEPOL) course on the implications of social media on law enforcement. The course covers all aspects of digital engagement / investigation and law enforcement. Click here to download the slides. Really powerful learning […]
The digital age provides us with significant challenges but also opportunities to achieve this – not forgetting those who don’t share the digital space who also need the same.
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 […]
As managers we always talk about continuous professional development of ourselves, teams and colleagues, but how do we turn these words into action or for comms professionals ‘outcomes’. Yesterday I received the notification that I had for the third year since starting my achieved ‘Accredited PR Practitioner’ status […]
My local paper, The Sentinel, has written a story about the police using social media. It’s almost positive #SHOCK READ THE STORY IN FULL
Over the last year I have been working with Europol, particularly their EC3 division to develop a social media handbook for law enforcement across Europe.
The work in preparing the foundations for the new web site has continued a pace over the past week. The difference with this project compared to previous programmes across our force is that’s it an agile project. “Agile management or agile project management is an iterative and […]