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Police Hour launches emergency services charity partner search

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Police Hour is today announcing that we are searching for an official Charity Partner.

We don’t just want to work with a charity that wants it one way, we are looking to support a charity within policing that has shared values.


A charity that will equally work with us on filming projects, events and curation of content.

We are looking for a charity that will work with us 110% to ensure we release content that is not only supportive but creative.

In return we will offer you a platform that reaches 2.5 Million readers a week and we will come up with some creative ways to raise money for the chosen charity.

We want to select a charity that will recognise Police Hour as an official ambassador. One that will ensure we do our best to raise as much as we can for your charity.

We are police supportive media organisation over 130 million people read our content last year and we raised over 30k for families of injured and fallen officers.

We produce balanced non-sensationalised news that supports the thin blue line.

We’ll have to fully vet the chosen charity, to ensure everything is above board and legal, the platform we can offer is huge.

Once we have a shortlist the we’ll take to Twitter for you to pick our winner.

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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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