Overview

February 22
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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On February 22, join ArchiveSocial and the Miami Police Department for an interactive discussion about how they use social media to engage with the community they serve, and why social media records archiving is essential for legal protection under Florida Public Records law.

Last year, the Miami Police Department launched a vlog series on its YouTube channel and saw great results. The series gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at everyday police work, which fosters community and police relations by letting residents get to know the officers who serve them.

Sergeant Misael Reyes and Nick Perez will share a brief history of the Miami Police Department’s social media, and cover how these platforms helped them reach their audience in new ways. They’ll also discuss the legal side of social media, including a records request related to the high-profile arrest of a college football player.

This webinar will provide you an opportunity to hear directly from the Miami PD and ArchiveSocial to learn:

● How the Miami PD engages with citizens on multiple social media platforms
● How the department launched a successful vlog series
● Legal aspects of social media, including public records requests
● The benefits of social media archiving beyond public records law compliance

Speakers

Sergeant Misael Reyes

Sergeant Misael Reyes

Miami Police Department

Officer Nick Perez

Officer Nick Perez

Miami Police Department

Anil Chawla

Anil Chawla

Founder & CEO, ArchiveSocial

Morgan Wright

Morgan Wright — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government