Katie Nelson is the Social Media & Public Relations Coordinator of the City of Mountain View Police Department.
The Mountain View Police Department is a leader in the social media space for law enforcement using a scientific approach to how they execute their digital communications.
Combining pop culture, analytical insights and listening to their audience has made them tuned into how to most effectively share their public safety messaging.
You can find Mountain View Police on most social media platforms where they provide individualized messaging that fits both the platform and the audience for a deep ability to be effective.
Katie is always willing to share her expertise and experience.
Here are a few of the Mountain View Police social channels.
Also in this episode, I open by sharing the Smart Squad App that has been created by Faction Four System Inc.
This platform and its technology adaptation for police is a game changer for any police department that is looking to manage resources more effectively with increased efficiency.
The Lethbridge Police Department is one of the agencies using the Smart Squad App and you can see how they are using it and what their officers think about it in this video that was produced by the LPS.
To learn more about the Smart Squad App and how it can help your agency, visit their website here:
They can also be found on social media:
You can find the Lethbridge Police via their website and naturally social media:
Huge and special thanks to the "OKAYestCop" who pointed out the video and the Smart Squad App to me.
Note - Me talking about the Smart Squad App is not a paid endorsement... just me sharing a really great resource.
Chase Daniels is the Assistant Executive Director of the Pasco County Sheriff's Office working under the leadership of Sheriff Chris Nocco.
Chase's portfolio includes communications, social media and legislative affairs...and a few 'other things."
You may recognize the Pasco County Sheriff's Office for their work with the #9PMRoutine and the #LivePD broadcasts, but what you might not recognize is the excellent social media strategy that has positioned the Pasco County Sheriff's Office to be one of the best social media programs representing law enforcement.
Chase is quick to point out that while he plays a part in it, the greatness of the social media presence begins with Sheriff Nocco and spans to include a team of dedicated personnel that believes in being transparent, open and connected to their community.
You can connect with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office here:
Website - https://pascosheriff.com/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/pascosheriff
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pascosheriff
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/pascosheriff
How would like to get your hands on one of the #9PMRoutine T-Shirts? Just visit http://www.pascosheriffcharities.org/store/ to support the Pasco County Sheriff's Charity and grab a great T.
Today I'm joined by my good friend, Chief Billy Grogan of the Dunwoody Police Department in Georgia.
Chief Grogan is talking leadership and how he is giving back to the future leaders of law enforcement with his new venture, "Top Cop Leadership".
Chief Grogan shares what it takes in the current day of policing what it takes to be a top cop and how he can help you get there with his view from a man that has risen to the top level of policing serving not only as a chief but every rank needed to get there including his time as the President of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police.
You can find more information about Top Cop Leadership at
http://billyjgrogan.com/ and on social at
In other notes:
Ep 93 recap - To donate to Casie Shimanski's fundraising effort for children's cancer research via the St. Baldrick's Foundation go to:
Ep 96 recap - To get Melissa's book, "Crisis Ready", you can click this link to purchase at Amazon: