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Who’s SMILE’n in Omaha

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September 9, 2013
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With two weeks until the next SMILE Conference® in Omaha, this is a list of the police agencies and companies sending at least one person to the conference. The SMILE Conference is hosted by Chief Todd Schmaderer and the men and women of the Omaha Police Department. Our keynotes include Deputy Chief Peter Sloly...
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ConnectedCOPS Awards 2013: Finalists for Social Media Investigator

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August 2, 2013
ConnectedCOPS Awards 2013: Finalists for Social Media Investigator

The ConnectedCOPS Social Media Investigator Award is generously sponsored by LexisNexis. The finalists in this category are doing extraordinary work with open source investigations. They demonstrate a consistent, methodical, persistent and high quality approach. The judges were very impressed with the quality of nominations in this category. Mary Craige is the Marketing Manager for...
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A SMILE Conference in the UK? Who’s in?

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June 13, 2013
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In an effort to gage interest in whether a SMILE Conference® would be viable in the United Kingdom, LAwS Communications would like to get your input in the following survey. It’ll only take a couple minutes Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world’s leading questionnaire tool.
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SMILE Conference Sunnyvale Poster

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November 20, 2012
SMILE Conference Sunnyvale Poster

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A New Platform for Community Engagement and Neighbourhood Watch in the 21st Century

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June 27, 2012
A New Platform for Community Engagement and Neighbourhood Watch in the 21st Century

Summary: The New South Wales Police Force’s , (Australia) eyewatch program brings the community and police together to communicate and solve problems, using Social Media – facebook. The NSWPF has two strategies: Local Community policing information via 91 local and specialized facebook pages. The reinvigoration of its Neighbourhood Watch program thorugh the use of...
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The ConnectedCOPS™ Awards – nominations close May 31st

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May 16, 2012
The ConnectedCOPS™ Awards – nominations close May 31st

When was the last time someone brought up Twitter or Facebook in a conversation about cops using either when what followed wasn’t something negative? We’ve all heard the negative stories about police use of social media and it’s time we start hearing more about the positive outcomes of police use of social media. LAwS...
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Highlights of What The World Overheard at #SMILEcon Vancouver

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March 30, 2012
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Can the police and community have their cake..and eat it too in the digital world we now live in? Community and police collaboration for success and safety worldwide reached a new level of trust and understanding this week at The SMILE Conference in Vancouver. The event was co-produced by LAwS Communications and the Canadian...
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Here’s who’s SMILE’n in #Vancouver

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March 20, 2012
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Less than a week from now, law enforcement professionals from five countries (Canada, Netherlands, U.S., UK, Australia) will gather in Vancouver to share best practices and ideas in law enforcement use of social media and the Internet. The SMILE Conference™ will occur March 26-29 at the Fairmont Vancouver. LAwS Communications is producing the Vancouver...
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Who’s SMILE’n Now?

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September 13, 2011
Who’s SMILE’n Now?

The fourth SMILE Conference begins Sept 28th in Dallas, Texas. Chief David O. Brown and the men and women of the Dallas PD will be our hosts as we delve into issues involving flash mobs, social activism, the changing role between law enforcement and the media. The regular rate is now in effect but...
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Portland OR Police Bureau embracing social media

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June 30, 2011
Portland OR Police Bureau embracing social media

In May 2011, I had the opportunity to attend the SMILE Conference in Chicago and I came back incredibly energized with moving forward on our use of social media. One of the ideas presented at the conference was from Chief Grogan of Dunwoody, GA, about promoting an event via social media to draw followers....
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