Jane’s Police Review, the biggest-selling police magazine in the UK,
has unveiled a relaunch that features a new look and new sections,
including book reviews and career advice.
The relaunch edition of
the 113-yearold title, published on 13 May, featured polls of police
officers and the public on whether Taser stun guns should be used by
all police in the country.
Editor Catriona Marchant said: “This
redesign reflects the changing needs of police officers and staff in
the modern UK police service.”
The title’s website has also been
revamped. Research has shown that more of Jane’s 36,050 readers are
accessing the magazine’s content through the internet or via weekly
emails than the magazine itself.