If you’re a writer who wants to include police procedure or crime in your book or film it’s important that you get it right. The internet may help to a certain extent but it can be outdated and non-specific. The most reliable way is to seek advice from a person with a specialised and varied policing background.

Since 2014 Stuart has been offering his services as a Writing Consultant at a competitive rate to authors and scriptwriters who write true crime or crime fiction. Having initially registered his interest with the Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) he now has an established client base including a number of authors, some bestselling and others just starting out on their writing journey.

If you’re a writer who needs help with police procedure, whether the odd question, more detailed advice or read through fact-checking please don’t hesitate to get in touch. The consultancy service provided by Stuart will guarantee that your book is accurate and authentic.


CL Taylor – bestselling author

“Stuart advises me on the police procedural aspects of my psychological thrillers. I would highly recommend his service to other writers.”

Rona Halsall – bestselling author

“Stuart is so quick and thorough, an absolute star and so lovely to work with. Thank you for all the support and advice regarding police matters. If you’re a budding crime writer, or just interested in the subject, he has written two fascinating books The Crime Writer’s Casebook and Being a Detective.”

Sheryl Browne – bestselling author

“I can’t recommend Stuart highly enough. I’ve consulted him on all of my books and he always gets back to me promptly, supplying precisely the information I required. I now write secure in the knowledge I can call on Stuart to make sure I get it right.”

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