Implementing Social Media Strategy for Law Enforcement~Lake Zurich, IL

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Date(s) - 12/02/2019
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Lake Zurich Police Department

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FEE $150.00        Dec 2, 2019             8:00 a.m. to 4:00

This timely 8-hour program is designed to meet the practical needs of personnel assigned to create, implement, and manage a social media strategy for a law enforcement agency. Learn how to manage your department’s social media in today’s complex legal environment and still creatively connect with your community!


COURSE OVERVIEW: This highly interactive course encourages student participation as it gives police personnel insight into strategic communication techniques for law enforcement social media use, how to maintain effective agency accounts on the most popular social media sites such as Facebook®, Twitter®, and Instagram®, while understanding state, constitutional and recent case law affecting this ever-changing medium. Students will be actively using social media throughout the course as they learn firsthand what is and is not working for law enforcement social media managers.  All participants receive handouts with templates for Social Media Policy that may be use and adapted for your agency; along with specific state related legal/government compliance research conducted by the speaker for each seminar.  Handouts and research alone is worth $1000’s to your department!


Instructor: Chief Christopher Mannino


Chief Mannino, in his 22nd year in law enforcement, serves in the Chicago area and teaches social media strategies across the country. His agency’s law enforcement social media efforts have been featured by major Chicago media market news networks as well as received national attention. He is a graduate of the 237th session of the FBI National Academy where his studies focused on public relations for law enforcement. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Political and Justice Studies.










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