We get it. There are so many platforms and tools cropping up that it can be overwhelming at times. Nextdoor has been around for over a decade and in that time they’ve worked closely with thousands of public agencies and serve as their go-to neighborhood engagement platform to build relationships, problem solve, and increase trust. 

Nextdoor strives to ensure communities are strengthened and empowered through meaningful connections. Their updated Community-Centered Engagement Plan for Law Enforcement is their most comprehensive guide they have released to date and it includes a library of communications to share on Nextdoor to help increase safety and engage your community, saving your time. 

We invite you to join us for a webinar with a panel of Nextdoor experts about the Engagement Plan on Tuesday, August 16th at 10:00 am PT 1:00 PM ET.  The webinar will give you the information you need to get the most out of Nextdoor, using the Engagement Plan as your guide. Christine Townsend of PIOToolkit and Joseph Porcelli of Nextdoor will host and facilitate a lively conversation with our expert panel of Nextdoor super users:

  • Vera S. Clay, Social & Digital Media Coordinator, St. Louis County Police Department
  • John Lieb, Commander, Fairfax County Police Department
  • Greg Licamele, Director of External Digital Communications at Fairfax County Government

The webinar is open to the law enforcement and  government sectors

Register now for the Webinar 

If your agency is not already on Nextdoor apply for a page here.

If you can’t make it, it will be available to view at your convenience and we’ll be sharing our new Engagement Plan with multiple resources.

Posted 
July 12, 2022
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