Police Executives Media Relations

A Dynamic Police Media Relations Training Event!

Instructor Chris Ryan candidly discusses real world issues facing today’s progressive police executive


  • Secrets & tricks reporters don’t want you to know
  • Twitter, Face Book & My Space are changing police forever
  • Finding the best PIO (Public Information Officer) for your dept.
  • 1-word guaranteed to save your a#% in an interview!
  • Update: The changing face of news media
  • Why your ‘open-door policy’ could be a career killer
  • Tactical Police Media Relations
  • Videos: Good, bad & ugly of police media interviews
  • Emergency responses to tough media questions
  • An eye-opening look inside a television news room
  • 5 surefire ways to say ‘no comment’ without saying it
  • Reality check: Perception is everything!
  • PIO – Uniform or civilian?
  • The ‘Real World’ of aggressive reporting and media ethics

Police Executives Media Relations

$179 per person – Limited seating available

Info: E-mail or call 602-445-6442

Unconventional – Candid – Progressive Instruction

Instructor CHRIS RYAN

A well-rounded and diverse background in international business, law enforcement, municipal courts, radio and television, give Mr. Ryan tremendous insight into his work and communications with clients and the news media…

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