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MSc Crime and Community Safety: Evidence Based Practice

Course Description

Criminal justice practitioners and professionals working the law enforcement arena today increasingly require the skills and understanding at an advanced level in order to embed an evidence-based approach into their professional practice and beyond that into their working environment. This Master’s course will provide graduates with an advanced understanding of crime, criminological theory and criminal justice and will upgrade the skills of senior professionals to enable them to drive an evidence-based approach to policing and to decision-making. It will embed the theories, principles and practices of an evidence-based approach and will equip students with analytical, problem solving and leadership skills necessary to address the challenges they encounter in the twenty-first century.

Visit the MSc Crime and Community Safety: Evidence Based Practice page on the University of Suffolk website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Have background in criminology or related social science subject area through previous study (minimum Bachelors honours degree 2:2 or equivalent), or have acquired qualified experience through professional employment that enables the candidate to study successfully at master’s level.

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