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Use of Social Media for Law Enforcement

Social Media outlets and other forms of online communication technology have become an everyday tool for interacting with others.  As Social Media continues to evolve, it is imperative that law enforcement personnel understand how conducting online investigations can help to optimize criminal investigations.

Join us on December 1 at the White Hall Fire Station for our Use of Social Media for Law Enforcement class. An examination of popular social media sites will be discussed in class and useful investigative tips will be given.

This class will be instructed by Captain Kevin Russell, an eighteen-year law enforcement officer who currently supervises the patrol and communication divisions for the Benton Police Department.  He served as the part-time, and later full-time, public information officer for the Benton (Arkansas) Police Department for over twelve years.  Capt. Russell has served in other various capacities during his tenure including patrol, COP Division, training, and crisis negotiations.

Registration is available online. This class is 4 hours. Class hours are 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

To register, contact:  
Kimberly Hendricks @ 501-570-8041 or Briana Daugherty @ 501-570-8078