Elliot Tyler

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Born (1998-05-20) May 20, 1998 (age 25)
CitizenshipUnited Kingdom
Alma mater
  • New City College in Havering
  • Portsmouth University

Elliot Lawrence Tyler (born 1998) is an English journalist, known for his articles in the justice publication Inside Time, a newspaper distributed mainly in UK Ministry of Justice facilities.[1][2]

Life and career

Elliot Tyler grew up in Essex,[3] where he was a police cadet. He was educated at New City College in Havering and, as a student, founded Club Night Events Limited, an events management business.[4][5] In 2016, he was charged by Metropolitan Police officers as part of an Operation Trident inquiry.[6][7] Shortly after, Tyler met Noel "Razor" Smith, who interviewed him for an Inside Time article.[8]

To date, Tyler has written a number of articles in Inside Time, on subjects including capital punishment, police shootings, Edward Snowden, Lord Black of Crossharbour, Brexit, and the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.[9][10][11][12] His in-depth interview with the President of the Police Superintendents' Association, Paul Griffiths, is due to be published in August. He has also written a crime novel, "Behind Bars”, which has been published in five countries.[13]


  1. "No one can whistle a symphony… – insidetime & insideinformation".
  2. "Search Results for "elliot tyler" – insidetime & insideinformation".
  3. "Walk isn't a bridge too far for Romford dinner lady - Romford Recorder".
  4. "Elliot Tyler - Personal Appointments - Companies House Beta".
  5. "Club Night Events Ltd at Apollo".
  6. "The Daily Telegraph - 2017-01-31 - News".
  7. "Two Romford teenagers charged by police".
  8. "First time offender".
  9. "Why prison doesn't discriminate – insidetime & insideinformation".
  10. "Can you be executed for a crime you didn't know you committed? – insidetime & insideinformation".
  11. "How Snowden became an enemy of the state – insidetime & insideinformation".
  12. "Arming England's Police - insidetime and insideinformation".
  13. "Behind Bars - Amazon".

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