Police improve social media skills, raising worries by media

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Police improve social media skills, raising worries by media

In this frame grab from a Jan. 8 video on the Twitter feed of the Douglas County, Colo., Sheriffs Department, Sheriff Tony Spurlock speaks to subscribers to explain the incident in which a deputy was gunned down responding to a call Dec. 31, 2017. The high-profile case illustrates how law enforcement agencies are increasingly lockstep in their approach to controlling the narrative after incidents.
Deputy Zack Parrish’s was fatally shot at his suburban Denver apartment building, which is riddled with bullet holes. Sheriff Tony Spurlock’s office used social media heavily after Parrish’s death, including a dramatic video posted to Facebook using body camera footage and other material to explain what led up to the shooting.

Police improve social media skills, raising worries by media

In this frame grab from a Jan. 8 video on the Twitter feed of the Douglas County, Colo., Sheriffs Department, Sheriff Tony Spurlock speaks to subscribers to explain the incident in which a deputy was gunned down responding to a call Dec. 31, 2017. The high-profile case illustrates how law enforcement agencies are increasingly lockstep in their approach to controlling the narrative after incidents.
Deputy Zack Parrish’s was fatally shot at his suburban Denver apartment building, which is riddled with bullet holes. Sheriff Tony Spurlock’s office used social media heavily after Parrish’s death, including a dramatic video posted to Facebook using body camera footage and other material to explain what led up to the shooting.
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