Month: July 2018

NRHPD’s First Female Sniper

Officer Kneisel is a five and a half year veteran of the North Richland Hills Police Department, who began her tenure as a Detention Officer in our Joint Detention Facility. She has spent the last four and a half years working in the Patrol Division and recently became appointed to the NRH SWAT Team as the department’s first female sniper.

Kneisel attended the Garland Basic Police SWAT School and Fort Worth PD Sniper Course, becoming the first female to pass the sniper course in the Fort Worth PD’s sniper course ten year history.

Congratulations to Officer Kneisel! Hard work and dedication are most evident!

SnapMap

We realize that this may be considered “old news,” however we think it’s worth sharing again! With the ever evolving world of social media, and millions of new users signing on daily, it’s worth a refresher!

**👻Snapchat👻 lovers and parents of those who love Snap**

The map, we have to talk about it. It’s the elephant in the room…

The ‘Snap Map’ connects via your phones GPS and automatically updates the map with your location. This allows others to see exactly where you are, even if you’re not snapping. We recommend turning on ‘Ghost Mode’ to prevent sharing your location.

To turn on Ghost Mode, pinch the screen when the app is open and the map should appear. If it’s your first time doing so, it will prompt you with the option to go in to ghost mode. If it doesn’t, click the gear icon in the top right corner. Then flip the ‘switch’ to turn Ghost Mode on.

Please be safe when using social media!