Social Networking

Be careful about what you do online!

Safety tips.

1. Don't add anyone you don't know.

2. Don't post inappropriate pictures.

3. Keep your personal information private.

4. If someone is bothering you or making you uncomfortable then block them from your profile.

5. Watch what you say before you post it.

These steps will keep you safe!

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About network websites

There are multiple different websites that billions of people have access to. The majority of them are based on communicating and sharing activities or life events with the people around you. Although these websites are meant for good purposes there are always going to be people who abuse the power given to them. For example, anyone who has an account on a website can easily be searched for online and it will lead others to your profiles. Meaning that even a complete stranger can look you up and access your personal information. Because of this ability, a good number of people have found themselves in great danger. It leads to stalking, kidnapping, cat fishing, and so much more. Furthermore, all that is left to say is please be careful and be aware of your surroundings and also of what you post online. It could be a matter of life and death.
Social Networking - A short film


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SMILE Conference

Tuesday, April 28th 2015 at 8pm to Thursday, April 30th 2015 at 5pm

Phoenix, AZ, United States

Phoenix, AZ

  • The Purpose of this Conference

The SMILE Conference is the leading training conference devoted to Social Media, the Internet and Law Enforcement initiatives. The SMILE Conference has pioneered the adoption of social media by law enforcement agencies across the world for public outreach, crime prevention, and forensics. In conjunction with the ConnectedCOPS™ blog, The SMILE Conference has become both the go-to and most trusted source by law enforcement agencies worldwide. Come learn from the best and network with an international audience of police social media practitioners.
  • Conference Format

  1. first day of the conference focuses on how social media has been used to build new relationships & develop trust & confidence with communities. Day two will feature various aspects of event management using social media platforms. Day three is specifically for police officers & police staff only and will feature how Social Media platforms have been used during criminal investigations.