decrepit veterans who, in the words of one attendee, “are still figuring out solar calculators.”
A nightstick, a revolver, and a smartphone to check in on Foursquare.
That’s the necessary gear of the future beat cop, as envisioned at the SMILE Conference — aka Social Media, the Internet, and Law Enforcement — held over three scorching September days in downtown Dallas. The site was the incongruously trendy Aloft Hotel, where the generally beefy and buzz-cut crowd learned the ins and outs of tweeting while surrounded by tasteful splatter art, concrete-slab walls, and white leather sofa cubes.The future of law enforcement is augmented reality
- https://facebookjustice.wordpress.com/2011/09/28/augmented-reality-the-future-of-social-media-law-enforcement-and-real-life/The failure of law enforcement 2.0 – Law Enforcement will struggle with just thinking Twitter and Facebook and Google+ accounts are social media
Case Study: Social Media Law Enforcement "Piecing together the Vancouver Riot timeline"
It’s clear that in the SMILE conference, police are struggling with social media