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Social Media Tools


AEL Category: 04. Information Technology

AEL Title: Systems, Public Notification and Warning

AEL Number: 04AP-09-ALRT

SAVER Project: Social Media Tools

Social media networks are in widespread use and allow for the dissemination of data-rich, contextual multimedia including narratives, photos, and videos.  Through the use of social media, members of the public who witness incidents can provide public safety organizations with timely, geographic-based information that can be used by responders in planning response strategies and deploying resources to the field.

Find this project in the FEMA Authorized Equipment List and InterAgency Board Interactive Standardized Equipment List.

Attachment Ext. Size Date
Social Media Tools Highlight (August 2013) PDF 417.65 KB
Social Media for Emergency Responders Application Note (March 2014) PDF 748.79 KB
Innovative Uses of Social Media in Emergency Management (September 2013) PDF 1.52 MB
Emergency Manager and First Responder Use of Social Media Updates TechNote (July 2017) PDF 357.34 KB
Last Updated: 11/12/2021
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