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Police Hour has a new look after teaming up with A-Ha! Digital Media

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No website will ever stay the same for that long, as digital publishers Police Hour is constantly evolving to meet the needs of our audience and we have teamed up with A-Ha! Digital Media to take Police Hour to the next level.

Today Police Hour is unveiling our latest revamped and our completely new logo and branding. We hope you love it!.

Police Hour launched in 2014 and since then we haven’t updated our branding so today it’s time to refresh our look and feel. We hope you love it! We kindly thank Rank Success for their continued support. We will still be providing all the content you love and enjoy from Police Hour.

We will still be providing all the content you love and enjoy from Police Hour. We will be introducing new Editorial content which includes our own hard-hitting researched content along with content from guest bloggers which have already included SGT Harry Tangye,  Special Constable Steven Curran, Shulem Stern & Dark Justice.

We will be focusing on more in-house written & researched content along with more focus on more digital and video content.

We will be launching even more social media interaction and focus on live streaming.

A-Ha! Digital Media


A-Ha! Digital Media is a highly professional and affordable digital marketing company based in Peterborough. They offer a range of services including Web Design & Maintenence, Logo Design, Graphics Design, Flyer Design and Business Cards.

A-Ha! Digital Media Director, Paul Cooper states, “Police Hour approached us and were keen to rebrand. In recent years they have experienced much growth without having a professionally designed brand. This was a perfect time for Police Hour to be re-launched. We suggested a new logo and we designed some eye-catching social media banners which reflect Police Hour’s professionalism and level of service.”

Having a professionally designed logo will lead to wide recognition of your brand and makes your business easily identifiable. Your logo should stand out amongst the crowd.

phlogo-jpgSpeaking about the process in redesigning the Police Hour Logo Paul says, “The process took around a week. There was a lot of debate as to whether we should keep the hour glass from the original logo. We decided against this. Instead, we introduced blue and red behind the Police Hour font. This represents lights on a police vehicle. You will also see a “twinkle” on the “O” in “Hour”. This represents the reflection of a wall clock. It has been a pleasure to work with Police Hour and look forward to working with them again in future.”


The Police Hour Team.


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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood is the editor and news reporter covering national and international news crime and policing news. Tweet your news and views to @TrevSherwoodPH

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