Police Voices - Police Hour features a number of guest bloggers and show-cases the work and thoughts of high profile members within policing. Police Voices shares the words and views of anonymous and named police officers within editorial-style content. Police Hour is a politically neutral website, however, police voices may is the words of officers and unedited meaning some police vices may include political content. If you would like to share your police voice the best way to get in contact is via our contact us page. As you can imagine we cannot include all content submitted as they must meet legal editorial standards and be closely linked to the principles of our website to promote policing in a positive light. We will aim to review all submitted content within 30 days of it being sent. Keep an eye on our social media feeds to see if your submission is successful.
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