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How social media changes the way Sussex Police interacts – #Brighton Future of News

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THE March meeting of Brighton Future of News group has Sussex Police head of media relations, Nick Cloke and Christine Smith, who has been pushing forward the use of social media, talking about how the force is embracing new tools online.
Christine will focus on public order policing.

Brighton Future of News Group meets at upstairs at The Eagle, in Gloucester Road, Brighton, on Monday, March 21, at 7.30pm.

To confirm attendance please sign in to the Meet Up group.

A live blog will run throughout the evening and Tweets have the #bfong hashtag.

The February meeting with Greg Hadfield proved extremely popular with quite a crowd coming in.

Greg’s Brighton Open-Data City meet up group has proved popular and meets for the third time on April 12.

Reviews of Greg’s talk to BFONG are listed below.

Cathy WatsonGreg Hadfield on the importance of data

Martin ThomasOpen data cities – visionary way forward or just TMI?

Al HornerBrighton to become one of the first open data cities?





Written by Sarah Booker Lewis

March 20, 2011 at 2:42 pm

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