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The John Grieve Centre for Policing and Community Safety facilitates and teaches on behalf of the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences the four year
Professional Doctorate in Policing, Security and Community Safety

Applications are being accepted for the September 2011 intake.

For further information contact Dr Nicholas Ridley ridleynicholas@yahoo.co.uk or Tim Parsons at t.parsons@londonmet.ac.uk

This course will allow officers, agents and other staff working in a law enforcement environment to reflect upon their practical knowledge within an academic framework. Attendance at six four-day residential weekend meetings will provide the outline for students to explore their own particular practice through discussion, intensive reading and reflective writing, providing both an intellectually and emotionally challenging format.

For further information contact Dr Nicholas Ridley ridleynicholas@yahoo.co.uk.



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MSc in CRIME, SAFETY AND SECURITY


DASS is offering a new Master's Degree in Crime Safety and Security
from September 2009. Study is by both part time and full time.


Optional modules include:
- Criminology
- Intelligence analysis (leading to a certificated qualification)
- Financial Crime
- Options from Political Studies

Teaching and supervision is carried out by staff from Criminology,
the John Grieve Centre, and specialists from Departments of Applied
Social Sciences, and Politics, and Law.


This is an ideal postgraduate course for students considering career
opportunities in the areas of criminology, law enforcement,
criminal justice, civil service and local government, and financial
services. The programme is also excellent preparation for further research or study.

Any further inquiries please contact
Dr Mike McGuire m.mcguire@londonmet.,ac.uk
Dr Nick Ridley n.ridley@londonmet.ac.uk


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First intake of the Professional Doctorate in Policing, Security
and Community
Safety course