Institute of Criminal Justice Studies
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies
The measurement of crime, its distribution, causes and implications for our communities - and how we, as a society, deal with the problem of crime.
Drawing upon criminology, criminal justice, psychology, law and computing, to address key questions in evaluating, investigating and countering fraud.
Focusing on the punishment and rehabilitation of offenders in the community, and evidence regarding the effectiveness of community punishments.
Police, forensics and investigation
Drawing on a distinguished history of research and training to provide services in the field of 21st-century policing and investigation.
Security and Risk Management
The UK's largest dedicated team of risk and security scholars, providing programmes to meet the needs of security professionals, based in subjects including law, criminology, management and sociology.
Studying offenders and offending behaviour in order to improve the investigation of crime and offender rehabilitation with psychological components.
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