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Course Details

Meet the staff

The course Director for the M.St. in Applied Criminology, Penology and Management is currently Dr Amy Ludlow.

 

Dr. Crewe plays an active role in the M.St. programme, including teaching on the courses. He is joined by the rest of the M.St. team:

The course administrators are Lucinda Bowditch, Glenn Garner and Alison Flanagan.

In addition to the M.St. team, other members of the institute contribute heavily to the M.St. programmes, including:

Specialist lectures are delivered by other members of the Institute and by external speakers, and students can be supervised for their dissertation by an expert from the institute in their chosen field.

Fees and Accommodation

Students wishing to complete the programme to Master's level are required to complete year 1 and 2. In exceptional circumstances permission may be given by the Degree Committee of the Faculty of Law for students to intermit between years 1 & 2, but this is rare and is not encouraged. Students who complete the first year but choose not to continue to the second year will be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Criminology.

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 rooms at Homerton College, although there may be occasions where accommodation is provided at an alternative Cambridge college.

Fees and Dates

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'Murder map’ reveals medieval London’s meanest streets

Nov 28, 2018

University of Cambridge criminologist Professor Manuel Eisner has plotted all cases of murder from the surviving rolls – covering the years 1300 to 1340 – onto a digital map of the old city to show for the first time the ‘hot spots’ of lethal violence in medieval London. First digital map of 142 murders recorded by city coroner in early 1300s shows Cheapside and Cornhill were homicide ‘hot spots’, and Sundays held highest risk of violent death for medieval Londoners.

safeguarding children in the secure estate

Oct 18, 2018

History shows abuse of children in custody will remain an ‘inherent risk’ – report

Justice Service

Oct 12, 2018

In glorious autumn sunshine, the centre of Cambridge came to a standstill on Sunday morning to allow a huge procession from Trinity College to Great St Mary’s Church. The occasion was a service to celebrate and commemorate all those involved in preserving law and order and delivering justice in the county.

12th International Conference on Evidence Based Policing

Oct 09, 2018

The Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge in association with the Society for Evidence Based Policing presents the 12th International Conference on Evidence Based Policing.