|Publisher||Jane's Information Group|
|Final issue||November 2011|
Police Review (also known as Jane's Police Review) was a weekly magazine for police officers in the United Kingdom, latterly published by Jane's Information Group. The magazine was founded in 1893 as The Police Review and Parade Gossip, aiming to (in its own words) 'cultivate the self-respect of the constabulary of this country, to raise them in the esteem and regard of all their fellow citizens'. Since its foundation, the magazine was published every week without fail, celebrating the appearance of its 6000th issue on 10 October 2008. On 18 November 2011 Police Review ceased publication in all forms.
The magazine acted as an independent forum for the sharing of opinions and a supporter of various campaigns to improve standards in policing. Issues covered by the magazine have ranged from complaints about the discomfort of regulation footwear to disputes about pay reform.
- Fresco, Adam (15 January 2010). "You can't beat Police Review for forceful opinions - and the best gossip". The Times. Retrieved 14 April 2011.
- McNally, Paul (10 October 2008). "Police Review magazine celebrates 6,000th issue". The Wire. Retrieved 14 April 2011.
- "Jane's Police Review to close after 118 years". Press Gazette. 11 November 2011. Retrieved 6 December 2015.
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