Our portfolio of market leading publications The Burning Issue Fire Service magazine and The Billboard Magazine Police magazine and their associated websites are widely recognised as being at the forefront of developments in this specialist area of publishing.

We are continually striving to maintain our publications as leading magazines in this sector and to explore new ways of bringing the latest news to an even wider audience.

Issue 51 - August 2018

The Billboard

The magazine for anyone interested in the work of UK Police Forces and crime awareness including special features and coverage of key events throughout the year.

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Issue 57 - July 2018

The Burning Issue

The magazine for anyone involved or interested in the vital work of the UK Fire and Rescue Service, including special features, articles and advice from experts in the service..

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Police Sport UK Cricket Diary

Police Sport UK Cricket Diary

United Awareness Publishing will be producing the British Police Cricket Diary from 2011. The British Police cricket club was founded 1973 and continues to deliver competitive Police cricket to hundre

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The Billboard Magazine

"The Billboard is a key publication for our client e-Crime Wales. Always open to ideas, without compromising editorial integrity, we trust that any comment from our client will preserve its core message and remain relevant to police officers across the country. The Billboard is consistently in touch with the news agenda and doesn’t simply gloss over the facts, it offers an in-depth insight into current and emerging issues that police officers face every day, making it a must-read for forces and our client."

Bethan Davies, Account Manager, Working Word PR

The Burning Issue Magazine

"The Burning Issue is a breath of fresh air. The stories that are featured cover all aspects of The Fire & Rescue Service; ranging from Campaigns and Charity events, to industry news and safety issues. It’s bright and fresh, and easy to dip in and out of."

Alison White, PR Manager - The Fire Fighters Charity