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Social Media Quick Tip: How you & your agency can stay safe while using social media

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September 20, 2012
Social Media Quick Tip: How you & your agency can stay safe while using social media

Staying safe online is about connecting and sharing with those you trust Editor’s note: The SMILE (Social Media, the Internet and Law Enforcement) Conference provides officers with all the technical hands-on skills and the practical knowledge to utlitze social media platforms for public outreach, crime prevention and forensics. The conference is a great opportunity...
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Law Enforcement Agencies Using ComputerCOP Software to Address Internet Safety

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March 3, 2011
Law Enforcement Agencies Using ComputerCOP Software to Address Internet Safety

An innovative and unique parental internet monitoring software program called ComputerCOP is assisting many agencies in their community policing, internet safety/ anti-cyber bullying and agency marketing efforts. This inexpensive, yet extremely powerful and easy to use customizable software is purchased by an agency which then distributes it to parents at no cost to the...
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SMILE Conference Huge Success In Santa Monica, Next Stop Chicago

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January 15, 2011
SMILE Conference Huge Success In Santa Monica, Next Stop Chicago

The SMILE Conference held 01/10/11 to 01/12/11 in Santa Monica, California was a huge success. Beyond the fact that the conference sold out and there were more sponsors (Raytheon, Alderson Software/Crime Stoppers, Securitas) than the initial SMILE conference in Washington D.C. 04/2010, this conference was hosted graciously by the Santa Monica Police Department at...
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Cyberbullying Woes Require Attention, Action

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September 3, 2010
Cyberbullying Woes Require Attention, Action

Cyberbullying occurs when someone is threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another person over the Internet, cell phones or other electronic devices. Research suggests that as many as 25 percent of children in the United States report have been subjected to cyberbullying. It can occur as a direct attack or by proxy....
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Chatroulette founder says he’s calling the cops

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July 26, 2010
Chatroulette founder says he’s calling the cops

Chatroulete has been around for less then a year but immediately became a haven for perverts. The service was built by 17 year old Andrey Ternovskiy, from Moscow. Users with a webcam installed log in and have random conversations with people all over the world and randomly enough, you come face to face with...
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