The Custodial Review
The publication is targeted at over 3,500 senior personnel and is designed to be a good read on topical issues. We feature high-level interviews from experts in the industry which will be of interest to professionals in the police, prisons, customs and immigration services.
Readership includes: all police custody units within the UK, directors of finance, procurement managers, catering officers, training colleges as well as the Crown and Magistrates Courts, staff at all HM Prisons – including privately-run prisons – plus Immigration Removal Centres in the UK. Other services targeted include prison services, key personnel within the courts, the Home Office, key ministers within the Government and the British Transport Police. The majour construction and design companies that work with the prison and custody sector are also included.
Having recently completed a readership survey of all the prisons in the UK. The result of this is the distribution database is now over 90 percent requested by name. The rest is by job title. A updated survey of UK Police custody units has now been included.
Custodial Review is a products & services magazine with editorial and a website that contains all the article and news. The magazine was established in 1994 and has established itself as a source of information and products for the ever expanding business of Custody.
Custodial Review is A4 format - Gloss Art
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Purchasing for this marketplace is not all fixed to central contracts. As the spending on the police increases and prison population continues to rise it will continue to be a huge and growing market for new goods and services. The private sector is building all new prisons, they are not constrained by central purchasing contracts. The Police and immigration services all have their own purchasing powers.
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