On January 26th, join ArchiveSocial and the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) for a discussion about the critical role of social media. ODPS leverages social media networks to share important information from the public safety agencies under their umbrella, including the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Emergency Management Agency, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol to diverse audiences across the state. Furthermore, ODPS has smartly employed policy and technology to comply with public records requirements and minimize the potential risks of social media. Learn first-hand from the ODPS Social Media Coordinator, Jessica Pierson, about the emerging role of social media in law enforcement and the important lessons she’s learned about messaging, citizen engagement, and record keeping.
This webinar will provide you with an opportunity to hear directly from the Ohio Department of Public Safety and ArchiveSocial to learn:
- How the Ohio Department of Public Safety extends their reach through social media.
- Real life examples of the benefits and liabilities agencies have encountered when using social media for public safety.
- How to mitigate risks and liabilities through the use of social media policy and cost-effective tools.
- How agencies can efficiently maintain digital records for social media communications in compliance with the Public Records Act.
Jessica Pierson, Social Media Coordinator, Ohio Department of Public Safety
Anil Chawla, CEO, ArchiveSocial
Morgan Wright, Senior Fellow, Government Technology