Category Archives: Social Media

#PolTwt 2014 What Police Do

Hi, heres a quick blog about policing on social media as I have supported previous Police global twitter days using the hashtag  #PolTwt . Today is the 4th one and for the first time there appears to be some controversy over the event. The … Continue reading

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Risk Assessments – what are they good for?

Today we are undertaking a risk assessment for the fantastic Junior Citizen (JC) programme in its 19th year in Runnymede. JC is where every year 6 child (11-12yr old) in the borough has the opportunity to learn about their civil … Continue reading

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Multizone named Business of the year in the leatherhead & District Business Awards

UK mobile apps software specialist Multizone named Business of the year in the Leatherhead and District Business Awards …innovative locally developed mobile apps for policing engagement recognised… On 23rd May 2012, we attended the Leatherhead and district business awards at … Continue reading

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We live in interesting times and this should not slip below the radar!

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How to use Facebook Timeline without reworking your brand strategy

reblogged  from Mashable.com,  author Joe Chernov 16.04.12 Within days of Facebook’s official launch of Timeline for brands, social strategists and brand marketers turned their Facebook strategies upside down and came up with a flurry of ways to attract more fans. Consumer brands like … Continue reading

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Study: Those Social Media Logos On TV Actually Work

by Frederic Lardinois and reblogged from his post 16.04.12 on Techcrunch.com FREDERIC LARDINOIS There is hardly a program or ad on TV these days that doesn’t ask its viewers to like its Facebook page or tweet about it. According to a new survey by … Continue reading

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The shortfalls of the National Audit Office report on mobile technology in policing

Reblogged from @multizone According to the National Audit Office report released at the end of January 2012, while in many police forces mobile devices enable officers to spend more time out of their stations, cash savings have been limited and … Continue reading

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Social Media B2B: How Much Should You Give Away?

reblogged: Created by POSTED BY RICH MCELANEY ON FRI, APR 06, 2012 @ 11:47 AM nformation has value. Anyone with a website or a blog understands this, and if you pay copywriters or videographers or editors to create content for you, then you … Continue reading

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Mobile apps for people interested in policing

Reblogged from @multizone iPhone iPad and soon, Android and BlackBerry mobile phones run our free app to get timely information about what the police are doing in Surrey for them. Police messages about what they are doing are shown in … Continue reading

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The cost of sporting events

Below is given the link to BBC Radio 4’s today programme where it is argued that football clubs should pay the cost of policing not just at the ground but for the full range of assistance officers have to provide … Continue reading

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