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SPECIALIST MEDIA PROVIDERS
TO THE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

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Specialist advertising sales and media providers to the criminal justice sector

OUR SERVICES
ADVERTISING SALES

We provide advertising sales support for a range of criminal justice organisations aiming to maximum their revenue from their media communications. Our clients include Police Federation of England and Wales' Police magazine, the Police National Legal Database (PNLD), the British Association of Women Police Officers (BAWP), Policing Insight.

Copywriting

Whether its ad-hoc writing or end-to-end publishing, internal or external communications, we provide the full range of design and copy writing services to the criminal justice sector. Our expert writers and editors have been writing about criminal justice for nearly twenty years. Our client base includes Police National Legal Database, CoPaCC's Policing Insight and Devon and Cornwall OPCC. Previous clients include the Police Federation of England and Wales, the NPIA and the Crown Prosecution Service.

www.allpolicejobs.co.uk

www.allpolicejobs.co.uk is the UK's national police recruitment website owned and run by Chestnut Media. Created in 2007, it has received nearly 3 million unique visitors and contains all uniform and staff vacancies in UK policing. To advertise your vacancies email: richard@chestnutmedia.co.uk

Who we are

Tina Orr-Munro, Co-Managing Director

Tina began her career as a journalist on Jane's Police Review in 2000. She left in 2004 to set up Munro News Ltd (now Chestnut Media UK). Since then she has worked for national media and police media. She has edited the Police Federation's Police magazine twice and was launch editor for Police Professional. She has worked with the Home Office, the Crown Prosecution Service's internal publications and the then National Policing Improvement Agency. She was also editor of Police National Legal Database's Police and Law Insight magazine. Tina is currently Associate Editor of Policing Insight (www.policinginsight.com). Contact: Tina@chestnutmedia.co.uk

Tina Orr-Munro

Co-Managing Director, Chestnut Media

Richard Place, Co-Managing Director, Chestnut Media

Richard started his career in technical sales with GEC Plessey Telecommunications as a graduate trainee in 1987. For the last fifteen years, he has specialised in online and hard copy advertising sales in the criminal justice system. In 2007, he developed and launched www.allpolicejobs.co.uk, the first national police recruitment website which has received nearly 3 million unique visitors. He became co-director of Chestnut Media in 2012, growing the sales side of the business to now include a wide range of CJS media products.

Contact: Richard@chestnutmedia.co.uk

Richard Place

Co-Managing Director, Chestnut Media

"CoPaCC engaged Chestnut Media to increase revenue through advertising and subscription sales and also to oversee the editing of our flagship digital media title, Policing Insight. Since then our sales revenue as well as the breadth and quality of our content has risen markedly, establishing Policing Insight as a key player in the market. Richard and Tina play an integral role to the success of Policing Insight, bringing with them knowledge and expertise drawn from many years of working within the criminal justice arena.

by Bernard Rix, CEO CoPaCC

PNLD have had a longstanding and close collaborative working relationship with Chestnut Media across a variety of our products and services. Tina was the Editor for the ‘PNLD Police and Law Insight’ magazine and showed dedication to the publication through her topical and often thought provoking policing articles; it is clear to see that Tina has considerable knowledge in this field. Richard single-handedly championed PNLD’s online advertising; increasing revenue and seeking sales opportunities wherever possible. Collectively the team at Chestnut media brought their own inimitable style and support to all PNLD ventures they were involved with.

by Caroline Lecomber, Head of Marketing Police National Legal Database