The Rachel Sloane Partnerships Ltd team


Rachel Sloane is an award-winning broadcaster with a long career in both commercial and BBC local radio. She has over 35 years experience as a speaker and lecturer, and writes arts reviews and magazine features. She also undertakes copywriting for charities, companies and organisations. She is qualified tutor in Further Education.

Kevin Sloane retired as a police superintendent in 2006 after nearly 33 years with Suffolk Constabulary. Primarily working in operational policing, he also became involved with corporate development and, earlier in his career, spent three years as Suffolk’s police press and community relations officer. Kevin is responsible for the administration of Rachel Sloane Partnerships Ltd and undertakes the development of company projects. He also works as a freelance script consultant, on policing matters, for film and TV.



Rachel Sloane Partnerships Ltd has a team of trusted consultants (filmmakers, broadcasters, speakers, etc) who are also available when needed.

David Webb is a freelance BBC- trained camera-operator who works part-time for Ipswich Town Football Club, and also makes documentaries, promotional and training films. He does freelance works for Rachel Sloane Partnerships Ltd, making films for courses, websites, events and conferences and when a camera is needed at their training workshops.