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Ian Barrett posted a topic in CompetitionsCan you name the 'Usual Suspects' in our Banks cartoon below? If so, email the names to firstname.lastname@example.org putting 'Usual Suspects competition' in the subject line and the first TEN respondents with the correct answers will get a free subscription for 1 year. To qualify please email your entry from an email address you have already registered as a free limited Police Oracle account and we will upgrade it to a paid subscription for one year if you are one of the lucky TEN!
po_editorial posted a topic in UK Police/Crime NewsAs the UK’s independent site for serving officers and the wider policing family, PoliceOracle.com is committed to bringing you the latest updates from the world of law enforcement. Having recently invested heavily in our editorial coverage, we have expanded our reporting team and our dedicated news service – and we have had a great response. Page views between January and June of this year have seen a 52 per cent increase. Our aim is to provide deeper coverage of issues affecting you, including the latest political updates, thought leadership and operational news from around the UK To help us better focus our coverage and improve the service, we are calling on you to help us by completing a short survey and giving us your views. As an incentive, those completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw with a raft of prizes up for grabs. Topping the list is an Apple iPad2, courtesy of Voicemobile, plus £100 worth of Blackstones police books from Blackstones. There is also top-of-the-line kit and equipment from Patrolstore.com among the prizes plus an Apple iPod and a Kindle Touch. Ian Barrett, Commercial Director of PoliceOracle.com, said: “We want to continue to be the leading source of news for officers and the wider policing family. “We are doing our most comprehensive survey ever to learn more about who our readers are and how they are using the website.” Mr Barrett added: “We are going to use the information to further improve our coverage, widening its scope, and determining future content.” Website Editor Cliff Caswell said: “There are 26 questions on the survey and it should only take between five to ten minutes to complete – given the prizes this is a worthy investment. “Our aim is to be your first port of call – relied on for news, features and learning.” Good luck in the prize draw for everyone who takes part in the survey.
Police Oracle have a great competition running at the moment - You have a chance of grabbing Call of Juarez: The Cartel, Driver: San Francisco and F1 2011 all for the Xbox 360. To stand a chance to winning answer the following question... Tell us the name of the major bridge over San Francisco bay, made famous because of its colour. Send your answers to email@example.com with your name and full postal address. Closing date Friday, 30 November 2011. Winners will be contacted by email. You must be over 18 to enter. Good luck!