AELE conclusion: Cybervetting may be used in screening applicants for employment in law enforcement positions and notes that it recently participated in national focus group meetings involving police chiefs, attorneys, psychologists and participants from other disciplines.
A report, Developing a Cybervetting Strategy for Law Enforcement, is posted on the Internet at: http://www.iacpsocialmedia.org/Portals/1/documents/CybervettingReport.pdf
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