Jeremy Warnick is the Director of Communications and Media Relations at the Cambridge, Mass. Police Department, where he develops, distributes and manages information between the police department, the media, and the people who live, work, visit and study in Cambridge via the department’s website, social media channels, e-mail platforms and marketing programs. He has more than 15 years of communications experience with the public sector and major corporate brands, including ESPN and LoJack Corporation. He proudly serves as a Regional Vice Chair for the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) PIO Section and as a Chair for the Middlesex County PIO Network in Massachusetts.
Jeremy Warnick’s Session(s):
11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m. PT —
Rather than using digital tools to inform people and elevate civic discussion, some individuals have taken advantage of social and digital platforms to deceive, mislead, or harm others through creating or disseminating fake news and disinformation. This can greatly generate fear within a community and/or harm the reputation of an agency.
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