The Police Executive Programme is designed for present or prospective police leaders from anywhere in the English-speaking world.
The Diploma and Master’s courses were originally developed in partnership with Bramshill Police College to provide training for senior police officers in the study of crime and crime-related issues. They are underpinned by several key concepts: continuing professional development, collaborative learning, critical thinking and reflective practice. Participants on the Master's courses are encouraged to reflect on, review and evaluate past, current and future practice.
The Police Executive Programme is distinct from the M.St. in Applied Criminology, Penology and Management course, which is designed for probation, prison and judicial practitioners. However, there are many occasions where the participants in the two courses meet, providing opportunities for interaction between professionals working in different part of the criminal justice system. Students on the courses also benefit from the state-of-the-art equipment and facilities in our modern building, the Radzinowicz Library of Criminology which houses one of the world's leading research collections on crime and criminology, and the opportunity to study in one of the world's foremost universities, surrounded by nearly eight hundred years of history.
If you are interested in studying in our Police Executive Programme, please browse our web pages for further information. The aims of the courses, eligibility requirements and other useful information can be found on our Course Overview section. The Course Structure page provides an outline of the courses and their content. Information about staff, dates and fees can be found on the Course Details page. The Enquiries & Applications page has advice on the application process, on funding and how to obtain further information.
Please select from the below for further information on the Police Executive Programme
|The Senior Section,
for Chief Inspectors and above or civilian equivalent in any public law enforcement agency.
|The Crime Analysis Section, For University graduate civilians and police of all ranks.|