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purposes: disseminating their own messages to the public and gathering information from social media platforms to prevent and investigate crimes. In many larger jurisdictions, the communities expect their departments to have a social media presence through platforms such as Twitter,
Threats to Homeland Security4Facebook and YouTube. Using these real-time search tools, departments can stay informed abouttrending topics in their communities. ReferencesDeflem, M. 2004. "Social Control and the Policing of Terrorism Foundations for a sociology of Counterterrorism." American Sociologist. 35 (2): 75–92.Costanza, S.E., Kilburn Jr., John C. 2005. "Symbolic Security, Moral Panic and Public Sentiment: Toward a sociology of Counterterrorism", Journal of Social and Ecological Boundaries, 1(2): 106–124Police Executive Research Forum, Social Media and Tactical Considerations for Law Enforcement (Washington, DC: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, 2013), .com/Publications/cops-p261-pub .pdfFuture Trends in Policing. (2014). Retrieved October 12, 2017, from %20in%20policing%202014.pdf Police Executive Research Forum. 2014. Future Trends in Policing. Washington, D.C.: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.Making the Nation Safer: The Role of Science and Technology in Countering Terrorism. (2002). Retrieved October 12, 2017, from Chapter: 7. Transportation Systems