Designed exclusively for current and aspiring police leaders, this innovative course will equip you to operate at a high-profile strategic level. • Set yourself apart as a dynamic leader who can drive change and improve modern policing performance • Build on your business and management skills to succeed in a politically demanding and legally complex environment • Learn through real and simulated police strategy challenges, including projects where you tackle challenges in your own workplace • Gain privileged access to influential figures from the profession through our exceptional visiting speaker programme • Network with police leaders from across the world - our strong international links bring a vital global perspective to this course • Be inspired by a talented teaching team who combine academic credibility with professional expertise.
Police leaders today have to operate in a transparent, ethical and highly accountable arena - where their decisions are often scrutinised by politicians, the media and the general public. Our new MSc in Police Leadership, Strategy and Organisation aims to fill a gap in provision for individuals with high potential and the capacity to shape the future of the profession.
Meeting 21st century priorities
This exciting course offers a unique combination of the latest business and management thinking, criminology and social sciences - all applied to the complex challenges of contemporary policing. It has been launched at a time of calls for greater public accountability, the growing importance of community partnerships and, in some quarters, a crisis of confidence in the integrity of police services.
You'll normally need an appropriate undergraduate degree 2:2 or above. We'll also accept students with significant experience through work or voluntary engagement in the justice sector or those who are professionally qualified to work in the justice sector at a graduate stage or above.
Recipient: University of Derby
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