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MSc Police Leadership, Strategy and Organisation

Qualification: MSc
Experience Required: intermediate
Venue: University of Derby
Location: Derbyshire
Start Date: 01 Sep 2016

Designed exclusively for current and aspiring police leaders, this innovative course will equip you to operate at a high-profile strategic level. You will build on your business and management skills to succeed in a politically demanding and legally complex environment and set yourself apart as a dynamic leader who can drive change and improve modern policing performance. You’ll learn through real and simulated police strategy challenges, including projects where you tackle challenges in your own workplace. You’ll also gain privileged access to influential figures from the profession through our exceptional visiting speaker programme and network with police leaders from across the world. Our strong international links bring a vital global perspective to this course and you’ll be inspired by a talented teaching team who combine academic credibility with professional expertise. This bespoke, flexible course is easily shaped around your professional requirements to increase your chance of promotion and support your future development. It will enhance your effectiveness as a police officer. Assessment is all via coursework and flexible to reflect the diverse backgrounds and learning styles of our students. For more information see the link below, contact us by phone or email n.howe@derby.ac.uk. Start date: September 2016 and January 2017

Phone Number : +44 (0) 7786998894
Website: www.derby.ac.uk/police-leadership

MSc Criminology and Criminal Psychology

Qualification: MSc
Experience Required: intermediate
Venue: University of Essex Online
Location: Online
Start Date: 06 Sep 2016

Experience Required: Our Academic Entry Route requires an undergraduate degree from an approved institution equivalent to a UK Honours degree or a relevant professional qualification. Our Open Entry Route requires at least 5 years’ senior level work experience. If English is not your first language, your English ability should be equivalent to IELTS (Academic) 6.5. Start Date: Regular start dates throughout the year.

Studying for a Criminology and Criminal Psychology Masters qualification gives you the opportunity to expand your subject knowledge and build on the skills you have gained during your undergraduate studies. If you have not previously studied for a Bachelors degree in criminology, criminal justice or related subjects, our MSc Criminology and Criminal Psychology course will provide grounding for a range of specialist careers.

Students will study exciting modules including Crime Causation and Criminological Theory, Complex Criminal Investigation, Criminal Victimisation, Practical Psychology for Policing and many more.

A postgraduate qualification is a major achievement and greatly valued by employers. Recent surveys show that higher degree graduates are more likely to obtain jobs at professional or managerial level and less likely to be unemployed. For some jobs, a postgraduate qualification may be essential, for others it offers a competitive edge.

Studying online also offers you the freedom to study when and where it suits you – you can learn at home, during your lunch hour or anywhere else where you have internet access.

Download our prospectus here: http://online.essex.ac.uk/prospectus/download-our-prospectus





Phone Number : +44 (0) 113 388 8888
Website: http://online.essex.ac.uk/prospectus/download-our-prospectus

BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

Qualification: BA (Hons)
Experience Required: beginner
Venue: University of Essex Online
Location:
Start Date:

Start Date: April/June/August/November 2016

Experience Required: Our Academic Entry Route requires two A-levels, or equivalent. Our Open Entry Route requires GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above, or equivalent, plus 3 year’s relevant work experience. If English is not your first language, your English ability should be equivalent to IELTS (Academic) 6.0.

Start Date: Regular start dates throughout the year.

Our BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice degree is a broad-based programme of study that explores both the social and personal aspects of crime. It examines some of the most serious concerns we face as a society, such as: What causes crime and criminal behaviour? Can crime be prevented? How and why should we punish offenders? How does criminal justice link to social justice? The course requires a critical engagement with criminology theory, research methods and the history of crime and punishment.

Studying BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice will provide you with a range of skills and knowledge useful for a career within the criminal justice system or in other areas such as public policy, social work or local government. You will gain an understanding of the social and personal aspects of crime, develop critical thinking skills, and become confident in your ability to analyse and reflect upon different sociological, legal and economic theories. You will also gain transferable skills in research, time management and written communication.

Studying online also offers you the freedom to study when and where it suits you – you can learn at home, during your lunch hour or anywhere else where you have internet access.

Download our prospectus here: http://online.essex.ac.uk/prospectus/download-our-prospectus



Phone Number : +44 (0) 113 388 8888
Website: http://online.essex.ac.uk/prospectus/download-our-prospectus

MSc in Policing

Qualification: MSc/Diploma/ Certificate
Experience Required: intermediate
Venue: University College London
Location: London
Start Date: 01 Oct 2016

Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree (2.2) or relevant professional experience
Start Date: Oct each year

This course is aimed at police professionals wishing to become future leaders and managers, with a focus on providing an evidence-based approach to improve practical policing. We will train police professionals to draw upon scientific knowledge and become effective problem solvers. The course is unique in paying equal attention to developing strategic thinking, leadership and management skills, as well as operational decision-making. The course is built on the multidisciplinary principles that characterise Crime Science, and our vast experience of working with police forces across the UK and around the world ranging from India to New Zealand to Uruguay. Students can take specialist modules to enhance their skills such as Investigation and Detection, Intelligence Gathering and Analysis, Terrorism, Management for Police Leaders.

Taught in central London, this integrated programme can be taken FULL-TIME (one year) or PART-TIME (normally over two or three years, but can be extended to five) OR VIA DISTANCE LEARNING. Learning is also facilitated through access to secured online seminars, course materials and research articles.

To see Course Modules and Programme Structure click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/msc-pol

To find out about our 14 scholarships for this course click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/scholarships

To attend our Open Evening click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/open-days



Phone Number : 020 3108 3206
Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate


MSc in Crime Science

Qualification: MSc/Diploma/ Certificate
Experience Required: intermediate
Venue: University College London
Location: London
Start Date: 01 Oct 2016

Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree (2.2) or relevant professional experience
Start Date: Oct each year

The MSc in Crime Science provides students with a thorough understanding of how science and scientifically based techniques can deliver immediate and sustainable reductions in crime. The programme focuses on how to better apply science to understand crime problems, develop strategies for preventing them, and increase the probability of detecting and arresting offenders.

Students develop the ability to apply scientific principles to crime control, think more trategically in developing and implementing crime control policies, appreciate the complexity of implementation issues, critically assess the likely impact of planned crime reduction initiatives and generate more innovative proposals for reducing particular crime problems.

Taught in central London, this integrated programme can be taken FULL-TIME (one year) or PART-TIME (normally over two or three years, but can be extended to five) OR VIA DISTANCE LEARNING. Learning is also facilitated through access to secured online seminars, course materials and research articles.

To see Course Modules and Programme Structure click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/msc-cs

To find out about our 14 scholarships for this course click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/scholarships

To attend our Open Evening click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/open-days



Phone Number : 020 3108 3206
Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate


MSc in Crime and Forensic Science

Qualification: MSc
Experience Required: intermediate
Venue: University College London
Location: London
Start Date: 01 Oct 2016

Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree (2.2) or relevant professional experience
Start Date: Oct each year

The MSc in Crime and Forensic Science will train graduates to think strategically and critically about crime and forensic science, equipping them with transferable skills suitable for a wide range of careers. The MSc is the only UK forensics masters course to offer training with the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Crime Academy (the agency that trains forensic practitioners for the Met). By the end of the programme students will be prepared for a variety of different career paths including research, crime investigation, forensic science provision, policy making and public sector careers such as the civil service.

Core modules will concentrate on understanding the scientific principles behind forensic science and how these are interpreted in the courtroom. Optional modules will include forensic archaeology, molecular biology and the psychology behind decision making, enabling students to specialise in a particular area of forensic science if they wish. In addition to UCL-based modules there will be a practical component provided by the City of London Police Forensic Services and Principal Forensic Services where students will learn about real-life crime scene investigation from experienced practitioners.

To see Course Modules and Programme Structure click here:http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/msc-cfs

To find out about our 14 scholarships for this course click here:http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/scholarships

To attend our Open Evening click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/open-days



Phone Number : 020 3108 3206
Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate


MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism

Qualification: MSc/Diploma/ Certificate
Experience Required: intermediate
Venue: University College London
Location: London
Start Date: 01 Oct 2016

Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree (2.2) or relevant professional experience
Start Date: Oct each year

The MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism is aimed at security professionals whose role involves developing and implementing strategies to address the threat of extremism, against public, corporate and critical targets. The course is also suitable for those wishing to make a career in these areas.

The course is delivered by experienced practitioners and researchers working in counter-terrorism, intelligence, law enforcement, risk assessment and security technology. Students also benefit from full access to UCL experts on a range of ethical, political, religious, and community issues.

Taught in central London, this integrated programme can be taken FULL-TIME (one year) or PART-TIME (normally over two or three years, but can be extended to five) OR VIA DISTANCE LEARNING. Learning is also facilitated through access to secured online seminars, course materials and research articles.

To see Course Modules and Programme Structure click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/msc-coct

To find out about our 14 scholarships for this course click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate/scholarships

To attend our Open Evening click here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/open-days



Phone Number : 020 3108 3206
Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/degree-programmes/postgraduate


Covert Policing Training & Publishing Ltd

Qualification:
Experience Required: beginner
Venue:
Location: London, Leeds & Manchester
Start Date:

Covert Policing Training & Publishing Ltd

Covert Policing Training & Publishing is one of the leading providers of legal conferences and training courses in the UK as well as providing comprehensive legal and publishing services.

Legal training events range from half-day seminars to full-day events featuring expert speakers hosted in fully-equipped and easily accessible venues all over the UK.



Date Event Title Location Cost

20/01/15 Handling Threats to Life Seminar London £95

11/02/15 Disclosure and Large Major Inquiries: principles, good practice and pitfalls London £250

06/03/15 Trading Standards’ Test Purchase operations and RIPA 2000 Seminar London £95

20/03/15 Investigation and Prosecution of Homicide Conference London £250

10/04/15 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 Conference for Police and Public London £250

17/04/15 The duty of care owed to Covert Human Intelligence Sources and other Sources Manchester £95

22/04/15 Planning a legally compliant Covert Policing Operation Seminar London £95

06/05/15 The 3rd Annual Cybercrime Conference London £250

22/05/15 Undercover Cop Training Day Leeds £210

05/06/15 Handling Threats to Life Seminar Leeds £95

10/09/15 The Annual Deaths in Custody Conference London £250




Phone Number : 0845 1235571
Website: http://www.covertpolicing.com/training/2015-events-calendar/


Assuring Quality of Child Interviews

Qualification:
Experience Required: beginner
Venue: Abertay University
Location: Dundee
Start Date: 23 Feb 2015

3 day CPD course relevant to those who are involved in interviewing children. The course may be of particular interest to JIIT Trained interviewers within Police Forces.

Phone Number : 01382 308722
Website: http://www.abertay.ac.uk/courses/part-time/courses/iqci/

Cyber Security Training Workshops

Qualification:
Experience Required: beginner
Venue:
Location: London
Start Date: 24 Nov 2014

In the last financial year 211,344 fraud and cyber-crime offences were reported to Action Fraud and recorded as an official crime, marking a 17% increase from 2012/13. 70 per cent of these offences involved an ‘online element’; with the total cost of cyber-crime to the UK each year is now believed to be tens of billions of pounds.

Police forces nationwide are now required by Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary (HMIC) to report on cyber-crime in their areas and to demonstrate that they are taking the necessary steps to increase their capacity and capability to tackle it. In order to ensure your departments and teams can effectively meet these requirements; we are pleased to have partnered with industry leaders, Kaspersky Lab, to deliver intensive training courses and upskilling sessions. These week long events will deliver expert training in the fields of forensic investigations, cyber security and fraud prevention techniques, focused on ensuring you understand the current threat landscape and provide you with the skills for practical application of dealing with these types of crimes.

“This partnership with Kaspersky Lab further underlines our role as the National Policing Lead for economic crime and will enhance our capability for combating fraud and cyber-crime nationwide.”

David Clark, Detective Chief Superintendent, City of London Police

Completion of this certification course will provide the following key skills:

· How to detect a hacker attack

· How to perform static and dynamic analysis of a live banking Trojan

· How to find victims of an attack on the network

· How to find malware in a HDD image

· How to detect a rootkit without switching off the computer

· How to make memory and disk dumps the right way

· How to begin an incident reconstruction

 

Don’t miss out on the next Cyber Security Training Workshop:

24th- 28th November

Etc Venues, Bishopsgate Court

4-12 Norton Folgate,

London

E1 6DQ

 

Cost for attendance of this exclusive course are £1,950 (VAT Exempt) per person for all 5 days and places for this event are limited so to make sure you don’t miss out by pre-booking your place NOW. Delegates will be required to bring their own laptops.

To book your place email academy@cityoflondon.police.uk or call 020 7601 6846



Phone Number : 020 7601 6846
Website: academy@cityoflondon.police.uk


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