Social Media Crime Stoppers International Training At Toronto Police Fugitives Conference 2011

Thank you to Paisley Rae http://Twitter.com/PaisleyRae , a concerned and caring community member for making this appeal possible today.

Inquiries can be directed to Scott Mills Cell 647-449-2801 | E-Mail: scotmills@gmail.com – Media inquiries are welcome – Add scotmills@gmail.com on LinkedIN or check out http://ConnectedCops.net for full presentation June 8, 2011 by Scott Mills, Social Media Adviser to IT Committee of Crime Stoppers International in conjunction with Michael Gordon-Gibson, President of Crime Stoppers International at the 2011 Toronto Police Service Fugitive Investigators Conference in Toronto, ON Canada

MGG
MGG embraces social media for law enforcement to prevent and solve crime

As part of the presentation an appeal to find a missing 7yr old girl – the following 3 videos were released to the public through the Toronto Police Service Corporate Communications office as part of the presentation:

Training Video For Law Enforcement Officials On Using Social Media To Track Wanted Fugitives and Missing Persons

Appeal video by community member Paisley Rae to help find a missing | abducted 7yr old girl named Pearl Rose Gavaghan

Appeal Video By Child Care Workers in UK of 7yr old Missing Girl Pearl Rose Gavaghan

MEDIA RELEASE

The Toronto Police Service International Fugitive Investigators Conference
welcomes 250 delegates from 16 countries to Toronto,
Social media appeals launched to locate missing fugitive and child, 7
Broadcast time: 11:22
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Fugitive Squad
416−808−7100

As part of the Toronto Police Service International Fugitive Investigators Conference, Michael
Gordon−Gibson, President of Crime Stoppers International, is working in conjunction with the
Toronto Police Service Fugitive Squad to help locate a wanted fugitive and a missing
seven−year−old child.

The following videos are being presented at the conference this morning. They are social
media appeals. The public and the media are asked to share the videos in their social media.
Michael Gordon Gibson is available to speak to the media, as well as the father of the missing
child, Henry da Massa; the creator of the local Toronto videos, Parkdale community member
Paisley Rae; and the officer in charge of the case, Detective Rick Mooney of the Toronto
Police Fugitive Squad

To arrange an interview please contact Constable Scott Mills at 647−449−2801 or e−mail:
scott.mills@torontoPolice.on.ca

The social media pages for this case are:
http://facebook.com/MissingPearl
http://Twitter.com/MissingPearl
http://Youtube.com/MissingPearl

The full presentation is posted to Scott Mills LinkedIn account: friend requests accepted via/ scotmills@gmail.com

Crime Stoppers International Website|Social Media
http://Facebook.com/CSIWorld
http://Twitter.com/CSIWorld
http://Youtube.com/CSIWorld

Text from Youtube videos: (Including investigating officer contact info and how to submit anonymous Crime Stoppers Tips)

Missing 7yr old girl Pearl Rose Gavaghan
http://CSIWorld.org
“Helping to Prevent and Solve Crimes Together”

Please help by sharing this video into your social media and by
‘liking’ CSIWorld on Facebook, following @CSIWorld on Twitter and
subscribing to CSIWorld on Youtube.

http://Facebook.com/CSIWorld
http://Twitter.com/CSIWorld
http://Youtube.com/CSIWorld

http://Facebook.com/MissingPearl
http://Twitter.com/MissingPearl
http://Youtube.com/MissingPearl

Helen Gavaghan, the biological mother of Pearl, is a wanted fugitive.
Please contact police or Crime Stoppers if you have any information.
A full chronology of the case is listed here: http://MissingPearl.org

The lead police investigator from Toronto Police Service Fugitive
Squad is Detective Rick Mooney of the Toronto Police Service Fugitive
Squad.

Telephone: 416-808-2222
E-Mail: richard.mooney@torontopolice.on.ca

The purpose of this video is two fold – for social media training, and
for an appeal for information to locate a missing child and a wanted
fugitive.

This Crime Stoppers International Social Media Training Video
presented at the Toronto Police Service Fugitive Investigators
Conference June 8, 2011 by CSI President Michael Gordon-Gibson and CSI
Social Media Adviser Scott Mills.

The video includes an introduction by Scott Mills, followed by Henry
daMassa , the father of a missing, abducted 7yr old girl named Pearl
Gavaghan speaking about how he is using social media to try to locate
his missing daughter.

Toronto Police Service veteran Media Relations Officer Constable Wendy
Drummond speaks in the video stating that social media is a valuable
investigative tool for police in trying to locate Pearl and Helen.

If you have information on the whereabouts of Helen or Pearl call the
police in your area.

Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers

Wanted Fugitive: Helen GAVAGHAN (biological mother of Pearl)

Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers in the following ways:

Talk: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Type: http://222tips.com

Text: TOR plus your message to CRIMES (274637)

Text worldwide: http://SMSCrimeTips.com

Facebook: “Leave A Tip” tab
http://Facebook.com/MissingPearl

Download Free Crime Stoppers Android App:
http://bit.ly/AndroidTipSubmit

Download Free Crime Stoppers iPhone App:
http://bit.ly/TIPSubmitMOBILE

Thank you to Paisley Rae, Toronto community member in the Parkdale
area, very close to where Pearl and Helen were last seen for filming
and editing this video.

Crime Stoppers International – “A Partnership Led By the Community
with the Police and the Media… and now Social Media”

contact: Scott Mills
E-Mail: csiworldsocialmedia@csiworld.org

PRESENTATION SLIDES:

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail
3 comments
Tarah Shorten
Tarah Shorten

Awsome article and straight to the point. I am not sure if this is really the best place to ask but do you folks have any ideea where to employ some professional writers? Thank you :)

Geraldine
Geraldine

Never would have thunk I would find this so inidspensable.

Scott
Scott

Sorry we don't have any opportunities at present for paid writers. Thank you for being interested! Scott