|Community walk-through with Stephen Davis|
Davis, who spent over 20 years with the NYPD, was the Police press information officer from 1987 to 1991, a time when New York City was at the tipping point of a notorious crime wave. As one officer in St. Kitts noted, Davis has “walked the walk” when it comes to managing police-media relations.
During his presentations, Davis went through the ‘ABCDEF’ of fostering good police-media relations: access, briefing, credibility, dialogue, explanation and follow-up.
The program was attended by a wide range of law enforcement officials from the police, customs and immigration departments, as well as senior journalists and editors from several media houses.