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What is real, and how can you properly assess its authenticity, when you see threats on social media? Learn how to determine low, medium, and high level threats on social media, how to work with your teams to ensure they have the most updated information possible, and learn how to assess events and know what to look for when it comes to how social media plays into potential concerns for law enforcement response. Katie has been the Social Media and Public Relations Coordinator at the Mountain View Police Department since 2015. In her role, she manages the department’s social media accounts and outreach campaigns, focusing primarily on the department’s engagement efforts as well as serving as the agency’s public information officer. She presents across the country on social media best practices and crisis communication strategies. She serves as an instructor with the California Office of Emergency Services and the California POST. She is currently the General Chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Public Information Officers Section, and is a recipient of the IACP's 40 Under 40 Award, the Young Athena Award and an Award of Distinction with the California Peace Officers Association.
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