I’m now beginning to focus on my new role as Social Media Project Lead within the Digital Public Contact programme.
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 […]
New Year – New Challenge – New Web Site It’s been a while since I wrote my last blog and I do apologise for that, like most of us I started this blog will the best intentions. A lot has happened in the last year in terms of […]
This is the third of a series of posts following a detailed research project looking at how British police use Facebook pages – see more about this and links to other posts here. Credible trusted source So far I have discussed the demographics of Facebook fans and the types […]
This is the second of a series of posts following a detailed research project looking at how British police use Facebook pages – see more about this and links to other posts here. Content driven engagement My last post highlighted that British police Facebook pages generally attract a […]