Applied Working with Offenders This module offers students the opportunity to explore the issues, and practicalities, involved in working with, and rehabilitating, offenders. Study options Full-time: 3 years. The module particularly develops knowledge of how police ethics and principles of policing related to the practice of criminal investigation and to concepts of policing by consent.
Offending and Offenders This module poses a range of fundamental introductory questions for students embarking on the study of criminology.
Offenders with Mental and Intellectual Disabilities The general public, rightly or wrongly, often view offenders with mental and intellectual disabilities as dangerous individuals, whose unpredictable behaviour provokes fear. We usually consider an A-level in General Studies as a supplementary qualification.
Applied Working with Offenders This module offers students the opportunity to explore the issues, and practicalities, involved in working with, and rehabilitating, offenders. Policing and Society. Criminological theories will also be evaluated in relation to empirical evidence.
UCAS points September entry. Offering the perfect environment for innovative and engaging teaching, it includes well-resourced lecture theatres, seminar rooms and social learning spaces.
It will also consider the deeper question of what kind of social and cultural environments are productive of populist sentiment and in what circumstances does that become expressed in violent ways. Students will be able to make connections between theories of crime and crime control policies.
This module focuses on the fundamental issues of punishment and rehabilitation and considers the key questions of how we punish people, why we do so, and whether rehabilitation works. Past trips have seen our students investigate gang projects in Los Angeles, go on marine patrol with the City of Miami Police and contribute to arts projects at the San Quentin Prison in San Francisco.
How should the mental health care and criminal justice systems respond to crime?
This has given rise to revisions in sentencing and the advent of restorative justice. Secondly, the module considers violence against women, men and children with an emphasis on policy and practice, considering the role of practitioners in supporting victims of sexual crimes.
An investigation will take place into issues relating to the psychology of police investigations, including, but not limited to, police interviewing and eyewitness testimonies. Terrifying Derby knifeman went berserk at family party then vanished Courts.
Even before then, pamphlets and chapbooks recounting the exploits of notorious criminals circulated as popular forms of entertainment. Our graduates have gone on to diverse roles in the police, Crown Prosecution Service, courts, probation and prison services, youth offending teams and other law enforcement agencies.