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Staff

The chair of the Police Executive Programme is Professor Lawrence Sherman .

The Course Director for the Police Executive Programme is Dr Heather Strang.

Both Professor Sherman and Dr Strang play an active role in the Master's course, including teaching and supervising students. They are joined by Dr Peter Neyroud as Deputy Course Director and the rest of the Police Executive Programme team:

The course administrators are Glenn GarnerSara Tattam and Emma Challis.

Specialist lectures are delivered by other Institute academic staff and by external speakers. Students can be supervised for their thesis by an expert form the Institute in their chosen folder.

Dates, Fees and Accommodation

Students wishing to complete the course to Master's level are required to complete both years. In some circumstances permission may be given by the Degree Committee of the Faculty of Law for students to intermit between the year, but this is rare and is not encouraged. Students who complete the first year but chose not to continue to the second year will be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Criminology and Police Management.

The fees include accommodation, breakfast and one formal dinner per week whilst resident in Cambridge, in addition to the tuition fees.

Accommodation is provided in individual en suite rooms in one of the Cambridge colleges.


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BBC report on research that police patrols at Underground stations in London helps reduce crime

Jan 17, 2020

Research presented in a paper co-authored by Dr Barak Ariel (Institute of Criminology), Professor Lawrence Sherman (Institute of Criminology), and Mark Newton suggests that four 15-minute patrols per day at crime hot spots on the London Underground created a "phantom effect" lowering crime throughout the day.

The Reducing Crime podcast - Lawrence Sherman talks with Jerry Ratcliffe

Nov 19, 2019

Lawrence Sherman and Jerry Ratcliffe discuss the right questions to ask about algorithms in policing.