Canadian Police Association #CPAAGM Social Media For Success & Safety

Claus Redder Madsen of Danish Police Union Addressed Delegates At Canadian Police Association Annual General Meeting in Quebec City, Canada September 7, 2012 About Learning, Sharing & Staying Safe Locally and Globally For Police Officers

Claus Redder Madsen, Union Secretary of The Police Union in Denmark and The Nordic Police Union had a key message of safety and best practices for police officers in Quebec City, Quebec Canada Friday September 7, 2012.

He spoke about a mass shooting on a island north of Oslo Norway and police response as well as a bombing incident.

Watch an archived Google #hangoutsonair video of his presentation by clicking here:

Constable Scott Mills of Toronto Police Service and Crime Stoppers International did a talk on social media and the need for Police Associations to engage in the use of social media with purpose and process to achieve a payoff and potential for community success and safety relating specifically to Police Associations and protecting those who protect others.

Watch an archived version of how to intall a Leave a Tip Tab for Facebook Pages with Crime Stoppers USA Chairman Scott Abrams, and Scott Mills of Crime Stoppers International that was recorded during the presentation.

Watch a video of why and how Police Associations need to use social media from a 2012 presentation at Canadian Police Association Lobby Day

A key issue discussed at the AGM in Quebec City was the Economics of Policing and Unified Strategies For Canadian Police Associations by academic Curt Griffiths facilitated by Canadian Police Association President Tom Stamatakis.

British Columbia Academic Curt Griffiths and Canadian Police Association President Tom Stamatakis addressed the Canadian Police Association at the 2012 Bi-Annual General Meeting in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada September 7, 2012 on topic of Economics of Policing: Unified Strategies For Canadian Police Associations

Mike McCormack, President of the Toronto Police Association stated his dismay at what it takes to get community safety made a priority in communities “Toronto Police Association President tells #CPAAGM “Shocking it took 23 people shot in 1 incident 2 get people talking safety”

“Toronto Police Assn President Mike McCormack tells international audience at Canadian Police Association Annual General Meeting in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada September 7, 2012 “Shocking it took 23 people shot in 1 incident 2 get people talking safety” For more follow @TPAca on Twitter and check hash tag #CPAAGM

For more information on how to use social media for community success and safety please e-mail Scott Mills SocialMedia@CSIWorld.org

For updates from the Canadian Police Association visit their website by clicking here and follow the Canadian Police Association twitter account maintained by Michael Gendron.

Special thank you to community social media specialists Mike Downes of United Kingdom Robert Cairns from Toronto, Ontario Canda and Jeff Brown from Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada for assisting with the live streaming to youtube using #HangOutsOnAir technology.

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