A UNIQUE PUBLICATION REACHING THE PROFESSIONAL AND VOLUNTARY EMERGENCY SERVICES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Emergency Services Times is published four times a year and reaches the Police, fire services, ambulance services and coastguard plus military and as well as the voluntary organisations involved in rescue and assistance.
The unique selling point of Emergency Services Times is its ability to reach these markets as an in dependant magazine and assist these agencies to communicate and improve emergency response.
Editorial policy is to publish news and information of interest to all organisations including the latest equipment and materials available to the services and organisations.
Recent features include exhibition previews, company profiles, contracts won and people interviews, product information and news from the government and industry.
An editorial programme with the features planned is available from email@example.com
Posted circulation each issue is 6,500 copies
Readership per copy is 5.2 readers
Circulation is to the United Kingdom
Advertisement page price in full colour or black and white is £1485.00 GBP
Average number of pages in 2009 each issue was 128 pages
Size of page is 303mm high x 213mm wide to trim 297mm x 210mm wide
Subscription price is £125GBP to UK addresses, Overseas prices are £160GBP, €228/$280USA
website for Emergency Services Times
If you are employed within one of the UK emergency services, public, private or voluntary and involved in the purchase of equipment and materials please click on ‘Free registration for Emergency Services Times’ and download the registration form to receive your free copy of the magazine. Please answer all the questions on the registration form.
+Free registration to Emergency Services Times (download registration form)
+ Emergency Services Times paid for subscription (download order form)
+ Editorial Contact Davidholden@mmcpublications.co.uk
+ Web site for Emergency Services Exhibition and Conference www.theemergencyservicesshow2010.com
+ See the page for the Who’s Who in the Emergency Services Directory
+ Links to other sites