Tag Archives: social media

Unmarked Police Car With “My Family” Stickers Sparks “Outrage”

From Gold Coast Bulletin: An unmarked police car with “My Family” stickers has sparked “widespread outrage” and gone viral on social media after it was photographed in Surfers Paradise.  Continue reading Unmarked Police Car With “My Family” Stickers Sparks “Outrage”

Social Media Posts Are Leaving Home Owners Exposed To Burglars

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Police warn Facebook posts could put unsuspecting holidaymakers at risk of theft
They are the statistics that, for some, may yet ruin Christmas.

One in three people have never met their friends and followers on social media yet more than half upload posts about holidays away – with a further third posting pictures of gifts left behind in the house. Continue reading Social Media Posts Are Leaving Home Owners Exposed To Burglars

Mastering Social Media Helps Tasmania Police Solve Crimes

Tasmania Police have turned to social media to solve crime, and with a recent string of arrests thanks to information shared on Facebook, the new approach is proving a great success. Continue reading Mastering Social Media Helps Tasmania Police Solve Crimes

Exclusive Report: Revealing How Police Use Social Media To Subvert Your Choices

We reveal how Police use Twitter and Facebook to change human behaviour. The following list is a proof that our Police can make an impact in our lives.

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Guernsey Police Give Islanders Insight Into Life of An Officer On Social Media

Police in Guernsey are taking to social media to give people an insight into the day-to-day life of their staff. Tonight, the force will be posting live updates on social media, including the crimes reported, incidents attended and calls received. Continue reading Guernsey Police Give Islanders Insight Into Life of An Officer On Social Media

Social Media Making It Easier To Commit Stalking Offences, Victoria Police Say

Victoria Police say new technology and social media is making it easier for people to commit stalking offences.

New crime statistics released today revealed stalking and threatening behaviour rose by more than 9 per cent. Continue reading Social Media Making It Easier To Commit Stalking Offences, Victoria Police Say

Police are Using Facebook to Solve Crimes: Is Your Privacy at Risk?

Like digital fingerprints, we leave small clues about our lives all over the Internet — and social media is no exception.

This is especially true for Millennials, a generation that’s come of age with nearly non-stop sharing thanks to the proliferation of smartphones and social networks. It’s not just would-be identity theft criminals who exploiting Millennials’ willingness to over-share: police are paying attention, too. Continue reading Police are Using Facebook to Solve Crimes: Is Your Privacy at Risk?

Ceasefire Between Queensland Police and Nickelback Now In Effect

Police have called a ceasefire against Nickelback after a complaint from the rock band’s touring party about a series of cutting social media posts. Continue reading Ceasefire Between Queensland Police and Nickelback Now In Effect