POLICE MEDIA PRO SPEAKS AT CALIFORNIA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE

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POLICE MEDIA PRO SPEAKS AT CALIFORNIA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE

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Palm Springs, California — Police media relations expert Chris Ryan shared his knowledge and insight during two speaking engagements at the Annual California Police Chiefs Association conference.

Mr. Ryan spoke about the difficult issues facing police executives in the 21st century including non-lethal weapons, homeland security, aggressive news reporting & more.

Ryan stressed the need for police to face tough issues head-on and speak-out when news coverage is skewed or inaccurate.

“Law enforcement has been a victim too long. It’s time to stand up and fight back when people make false allegations about your department,” said Ryan.

Police executives in attendance peppered Ryan with questions about building media relationships, selecting a PIO (public information officer), TASER®, officer involved shootings and more.

Mr. Ryan is available for agency training, consulting
& speaking engagements.

Call 602-840-2959 or e-mail for details.

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