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This episode is part of a mini series of case studies from people who have been using Periscope over the last year to mark the one year anniversary of the app.
My guest is Neil a UK Police Officer (for privacy reasons in relation to his work he does not share his surname online). He has been active in his use and advocacy of live streaming for his work. We discuss how the Police service in the UK has been using live streaming as part of their communications.
We also discuss an initiative that he has started to stop people live streaming when driving called #DontStreamAndDrive.
I hope you will find the episode of assistance, especially if you are just getting started with Periscope for live streaming and are in a role in the public sector.
Talking Social Business Episode 007 Show Notes
00:00 Introduction to the show
02:21 How Neil first got involved in using Periscope for live video
03:34 How forces in the UK Police service have engaged with live streaming on Periscope
06:20 What has to be taken into account on deciding when and what to live stream in the course of the work of the Police service
09:40 Live stream content as evidence in legal cases
11:43 The live streams that Neil has found the most memorable
13:15 How he has used live streaming to demonstrate the importance of paying attention to your surroundings when driving
15:16 How the #DontStreamAndDrive campaign came about and how people can get involved
22:54 How to contact Neil if you wish to continue the conversation
26:57 Resources to help you get started using Periscope to live stream in your organisation
28:42 How to leave a comment or question for this episode of Talking Social Business – on Twitter you can use the show hashtag #TalkingSocBiz.
Resources For The Show
Learn about #DontStreamAndDrive Day on the 8 April 2016 and find out how you can get involved
Live streaming and the law – a live event with US and UK law enforcement officers – watch the replay here
How the Metropolitan Police Service in Kingston use live streaming for communications – watch the replay here
Video tutorials and resources to help you get started using Periscope for your organisation – access them here
Remember to subscribe to the show so that you do not miss the other Periscope case studies, and if you enjoy the show, please do consider leaving a review on iTunes.
Listen To The Other Shows In This Periscope Case Study Series
Part 1 – Five business leaders share their experience of how to use Periscope to connect, collaborate and communicate with their communities online
Part 2 – Live streaming With Periscope – Learnings From Traditional Broadcasters
Part 3 – How the Mayo Clinic uses Periscope for Healthcare communications
Part 4 – How The UK Police Service Uses Periscope For Communications
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