After just three editions, 'UK Police Directory' has established itself as the Number 1 source for contact data within the police service and those many hundreds of other organisations which work closely with the police at all levels. This 2007 edition is all new - thoroughly researched and verified with the enormous assistance of the police service itself. There are new elements, too. All of them proposed by the vast user-base which the Directory has built up in so short a time. The flow of hugely positive response from within the police service and criminal justice system continues to inspire the publishing team to make the 2007 edition even better.ACPO president's message: "Now into its fourth year, ACPO's UK police directory remains a 'must-have' publication for the police community and other interested organisations. This comprehensive directory of police forces and related organisations continues to grow in accuracy and popularity and has firmly established itself as the leading contact publication for the service. As always, we've talked to forces, listened to your comments and this 2007 edition has even more improvements than the last.
I would like to thank you for your support over the last four years and hope you will find it a useful, concise and modern resource over the coming year" - Ken Jones. 'The UK Police Directory 2007' - ACPO's official directory - is an essential work tool that provides the most comprehensive directory of UK policing contacts and resources in a convenient, easy-to-use format.It covers key contacts in all UK ACPO and ACPOS police services; National Police Forces & Agencies; airports, ports, parks, and, waterways & tunnels police; key Overseas & International Police Forces and Agencies; government Departments & Agencies; UK Criminal Courts; prisons; trading Standards; and, many other useful organisations with outlines of their responsibilities and aims. Co-operation within the Police Service - and with many other agencies with a law enforcement responsibility is the hallmark of modern policing. This Directory gathers together in one comprehensive, economical and reliable volume, a wealth of contact information designed to render maximum assistance to policing professionals.
Combining ACPO's unmatched operational experience with sophisticated database management and techniques, this directory brings vital contact data and information to your fingertips any time, any where. This title is handy, durable, easy-to-use-and accurate!Users tell us these qualities have made the UK Police Directory a 'must-have' wherever they work in policing. So what more could users ask from the UK Police Directory? Well, our ACPO editorial panel continues to receive helpful suggestions for ways in which this award-winning contact source can be tuned to be even more valuable and comprehensive. For this 2007 edition, we have incorporated further changes - including the addition of new organisations - which have been recommended by those who use it daily. Every year we go back to the original source and check every entry for up-dates, so you can be sure the 2007 edition is all-new. Things move so fast in policing that relying on out-of-date editions just causes frustration for the user and we set our price levels so that this remarkable information source should be within everybody's reach.
The Directory provides information clearly and quickly through logical indexing and easy-on-the-eye page design.The Directory is divided into eight main sections: Regions, details of ACPO, ACPOS, APPSS and Territorial Police Forces; UK Territorial Police Forces; National Police Forces & Agencies; Overseas & International Police Forces & Agencies; Airports, Parks, Ports, Waterways & Tunnels; Government Departments & Agencies; Police Representative Bodies; and, Other Organisations. The 2005 edition of the UK Police Directory was Highly Commended in the Directory of the Year category at the Data Publishers Association (DPA) Awards. The judges said: 'The UK Police Directory' was very easy to navigate through. Not only was it a truly comprehensive directory, but that its style perfectly suits its audience." This prestigious award strengthens our belief that this is an outstanding resource for the police service and is a tribute to the co-operation of the Directory receives from working officers and staff at every level.
Publisher: Keyways Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 545
Dimensions: 224 x 155 x 29 mm
Edition: 4th Revised edition