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Licensed by the College of Policing, our BSc (Hons) Professional Policing degree provides a pre-join route which focuses on key policing competencies as outlined in the National Policing Curriculum and approved within the Police Education Qualifications Framework. While successful completion of this degree will not guarantee recruitment to the police, it will greatly enhance your prospects of securing a role as a police constable or police staff.

Postgraduate

Applied Management of Offending Behaviour

MSc

Why do people commit crime? And what makes them stop? Untangle the causes of criminality, explore management options and research routes out of offending. Studying with us, you’ll develop the expertise for a career in criminal justice.

Course Length:
1 year, 2 years
Location:
Online study

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International Cyber Regulation & Policy

LLM

How should we govern the digital world? Untangle the rules and rights involved in online services, hardware and software. Explore the limits of traditional legislation. Analyse the new dangers we face and debate the conflicting underlying principles at stake.

Course Length:
1 year, 2 years
Location:
Edge Hill University

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Policing and Law Enforcement Investigation

MSc

Get to know the investigation process with insights from former senior police officers. Studying with us, you’ll master the strategies used by the police and other law enforcement agencies in serious and complex cases.

Course Length:
1 year, 2 years
Location:
Edge Hill University

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Strategic Leadership in Emergency Services and Law Enforcement

MSc

When critical incidents happen, there must be a streamlined response. We’ll help you take the lead in identifying, managing, and leading in this challenging area. Graduate ready for rewarding roles in emergency services and law enforcement agencies.

Course Length:
2 years
Location:
Edge Hill University

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Applied Management of Offending Behaviour

MSc

Why do people commit crime? And what makes them stop? Untangle the causes of criminality, explore management options and research routes out of offending. Studying with us, you’ll develop the expertise for a career in criminal justice.

Course Length:
1 year, 2 years
Location:
Online study

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Facilities

New for 2019, a dedicated Police Training and Simulation Facility (Crime House), part of which is to be furbished as a police station, will be used to simulate a wide range of crime scenes. This will enable Policing and Law students to work together in areas such as gathering and analysing evidence, including forensic evidence at crime scenes, as well as practicing interview techniques used by the police through role play, while also ensuring that the rights of suspects are upheld.

Research and consultancy

In the most recent national assessment of research excellence, 84% of our published work was regarded as being internationally recognised and the impact of our research was described as being internationally excellent.

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Staff

Meet the staff who will shape your future study from enthusiastic lecturers to visiting professors and teaching assistants, each one dedicated to enhancing your learning experience.

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