Police and Community Studies
To prepare students for professional practice through the study of a range of disciplines. It will develop the required knowledge and understanding needed as well as the practical skills relevant to the wider criminal justice environment rather than being Police Service specific.
To take into account
A relevant Foundation Degree (or relevant HND at merit level) OR a relevant ordinary degree OR "life experience" will also be taken to in to consideration from applicants from mature students.
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BA (Hons) (Final Year) Police and Community Studies
Assessment is by vocational experience, assignments, seminars, presentations and examinations.
What you study:
- Management and Leadership.
- Liability, Rights and Responsibilities.
- Social Policy and Politics.
- Community and Diversity.
As a result of extensive consultation with Skills for Justice and regional Police Authorities the programme takes account of the wider criminal justice environment rather than being Police Service specific.
People who take this course could go on to:
Working within justice and community organisations.