Omaha, NE, September 2013

OMAHA SMILE CONFERENCE (Archived Live Broadcasts)

A great number of the presentations at the 8th Social Media, Internet & Law Enforcement SMILE Conference in Omaha, Nebraska September 24-26, 2013 will be streamed live on Youtube to the Youtube.com/LawsComm channel using Google Plus Hangouts On Air. As much notice as possible will be given as to when the presenter’s presentation will start. The feeds will be embedded here, and left posted here for viewing later.

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Schedule of presentations that can be watched #HOA from 8th Social Media, Internet Law Enforcement Conference Omaha, Nebraska Sep 24-26, 2013

LAST LIVE EVENT of SMILE Conference Omaha
Thursday September 26, 2013

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Panel: Social Media Monitoring for Police Operations
Al Meger, BrightPlanet; Angeline MacIvor, Media Sonar; Mike Mulroy, Geofeedia; Gordon Scobbie, RepKnight; Ian Lodge, SMC4/Foilcon; Blake Haase, CESPrism. This session will be moderated by Lauri Stevens

7:30amCT-8:45am Google Plus Hangouts On Air Training Session
Facilitated by Constable Scott Mills Toronto Police Service and Crime Stoppers Social Media Adviser | Canadian Crime Stoppers Association | Crime Stoppers USA | Crime Stoppers International

Training Module 1 (7:30pmCT-8:15amCT)
National Peace Officers Memorial Run #RunToRemember @460km Launch from the Ontario Police Memorial heading to the Canadian Police & Peace Officers Memorial

Help raise awareness for fallen officers by joining via #HOA at the SMILE Conference in Omaha, Nebraska #SMILEcon at 7:30amCT Sep26 the launch of the 2013 National Peace Officers Memorial Run @460km #RunToRemember from the Ontario Police Officers Memorial in Toronto, Canada, to raise awareness for the Canadian Police And Peace Officers Memorial @CPPOM

Thursday September 26, 2013

HelpTo ID An Online Child Predator at #SMILEcon Using Social Media Tools Thursday September 26, 2013 8:15am (Central Time) (9:15am Eastern Time)

Training Module 2 (8:15am-8:45amCT) *Omaha Media Invited* International Attempt to ID An Online Child Predator
Special guests:
New Brunswick Crime Stoppers & RCMP New Brunswick, Canada
CBC National Reporter John Lancaster
Chief Inspector Kerry Blakeman West Midlands Police
Chief Frank Grgurina Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety
Jeff Brown Alpha Computer, Truro, Nova Scotia – Creator of the Crime Stoppers Facebook Leave A Tip tab

Watch video of Hangout On Air from Google Plus Training Module #2

Wednesday September 25, 2013

9:00amCT – 11:00amCT Presentation of the 2013 ConnectedCOPS Awards
Misty Connors, Lexis Nexis; Scott Abrams, Crime Stoppers USA; Lauri Stevens, LAwS Communications

1:00 pm – 1:55 pm When the video goes viral: Crisis Management with Social Media
Bridget Fitzpatrick, Omaha Police

Tuesday September 24, 2013

3:15-4:00 Community Policing and Public Information – Partners in Community Engagement
Sergeant Dave Norris, San Mateo Police

2:00-2:45 8 Days of SWAG (Students Working Against Gangs), Social Media Awareness Campaign for Youth
Superintendent Gary Askin and Lindsay Charlesworth, Social Media Investigative Assistant, Waterloo Regional Police

11:15-12:00 Social Reputation Management, Leveraging Your Influence with the Faithful and Dissenters
Master Deputy Tom Erickson, Johnson County Sheriff’s Office

9:00-9:15 Opening Remarks
Chief Todd Schmaderer, Omaha Police; Officer and Emcee James Shade, Omaha Police; Lauri Stevens, LAwS Communications

9:15-10:00 Strategic Social Media – Tools & Tactics for Successful Conversations
Sergeant Christopher Cook, Arlington Police

Watch Part 2 of Arlington PD

1:00-2:00 Real Time Crisis Intervention On Social Media – How To Meet The Challenges
Constable Scott Mills, Toronto Police; Anne Marie Batten, Street Nurse; Scott Abrams, Crime Stoppers USA

4:00-5:00 Leveraging Technology to Enhance Public Trust & Safety
Keynote Peter Sloly, Deputy Chief, Toronto Police