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Social Media

Content Managers: Hobreigh Fischer & Ariana Renick

Facebook

Police departments across the country have embraced Facebook as a means of connecting with the public. Facebook affords the campus community an opportunity to connect with their police department in a way never before possible. Come like us on Police Services’ Facebook page and learn more about the department, its officers, upcoming events, and how you can help us keep your community safe.

Twitter

Police departments have embraced Twitter to enhance their community policing missions and interact with community members in a more informal manner. While perfect for disseminating concise details about emergencies to the public, Police Services’ Twitter page has been a convenient way for community members to ask questions, learn about the department, and get an inside look into special event preparations. In 2017, Police Services debuted its first-ever Virtual Ride-along, where community members could Tweet questions to the department and have them answered in real time.

Interact With Us

While events like Rebel Roundtables and Virtual Ride-alongs provide the perfect opportunity for the campus community to have their questions answered, we encourage you to interact with us on social media by using the hashtag #AskUNLVPD. If you can spot our K9 Unit or our patrol officers on campus or at special events, be sure to tag us in your photos so that we can include them in upcoming editions of The Police Blotter newsletter!