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To depict Thames Valley Police in print, film or a TV broadcast, you may need an intellectual property (IP) agreement or licence.
To request the use of our IP, get in touch using our quick and simple request an IP licence form.
The Thames Valley Police logo, uniforms, cap badges, royal armorial (crest), warrant badge, vehicle liveries, paperwork and other items are all copyright of Thames Valley Police. Some of these are also trademarked.
Thames Valley Police doesn’t commercially endorse or advertise products or services. We may grant permission and approval for an image to appear as incidental, such as in the background at a football match, or directing traffic.
Where police are needed for advertising purposes, we’d suggest a generic police force is depicted, with no identifying logos or badges.
We don't hire out police officers, staff or animals as performers, but we can offer advice and support. To find out more, please contact us.
Thames Valley Police doesn't hire out uniform, equipment or vehicles, but you can get all of these from various registered providers. Visit our owning and transporting police equipment page or ukfilmandtv.com to find out more.