I was at the June class in 2014, in Huntsville, Texas. I wanted to let you know that of all the training I have been through at the TPCLS, and I am in my 10th class now, your training has by far impacted my career more than any other training….. I just wanted you to see how your training has affected me and the City I now work for, and to thank you.
Chief Gregory Scott McAuley
This class shows how to use social media as a purposeful tool to achieve your Agencies Mission, Goals and branding. This will mean changing the view of it in your Department from a feel-good-PIO-add-on to a purposeful communication tool to provide transparency, legitimacy, voice, inside and outside your agency, and REPLACES the old system of media-driven information in your community.
1. How Social Media has Changed Media & our Citizens
2. Has Social Media Changed your Agency?
i. Not a PIO Add-on Anymore! A Primary Tool for Achieving your Mission & Goals
ii. Community Policing & Procedural Justice
3. Law Enforcement uses of Social Media tools
i. Solving Crimes - Increased Force Mobilization
ii. Involving and Informing Citizens: Scams, PSA's, Traffic, Disasters
iii. Truthful Reporting about Your Agency Activities
4. Popular Social Media Apps Explained
i. What & How Much to Post
ii. Engagement, Analytics & Audience Diversity
5. Best Practices & Managing Social Media
i. Polices Agencies, Moderating Public Post, Personnel & Backups
ii. Marketing, Branding & Budgeting
iii. Delegating Posting Duties
6. 2018 Trends and how they Impact Policing
7. How Social Media has Changed our Brains and Crime
Recommended Audience: Agency CEO’s, Commanders, Supervisors of Patrol,
Dispatch, Detectives, PIO’s, anyone who may post in the future.
We have also developed and delivered specialized Social Media Courses for DA's Associations, City Governments, Public Works, EMS, Fire Departments, Courts, and their PIO's; ALL have been rated very highly. Call for References.
We only show classes open for "public" registration. Conference bookings or private classes are not published. Several of our trainers teach multiple topics.
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Call 504-232-5104 or email Training@NextGenTraining.org