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Virtual Social Media Working Group’s (VSMWG) Next Steps: Social Media for Emergency Response

This document serves as a follow-­up and supporting document to the Virtual Social Media Working Group’s (VSMWG) Social Media Strategy. It provides considerations and detailed next steps for public safety agencies developing and implementing social media.

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VSMWG Next Steps: Social Media for Emergency Response PDF 814.94 KB 08/28/2014
Last Updated: 01/24/2022
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