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The Open University's software engineering and design (SEAD) group, an academic partner within the OU Policing Centre, has been awarded a prestigious EPSRC Platform Grant to support the group’s strategic research activities for the next five years, including collaborations with policing partners

10/06/2017 - 13:05

The Open University, in collaboration with Oxford University, has developed a website providing resources to support teacher-training in schools, colleges, universities and other sectors.

10/04/2017 - 13:05

On Wednesday the 20th September 2017 at 9pm the first of four episodes of The Detectives: Murder on the streets will show on BBC2. This is an OU/BBC co-production which follows the Murder Investigation Team from Greater Manchester Police.

09/12/2017 - 15:08

Do you want to play a leading role in shaping the future of research and learning in policing? Do you want to be part of a vibrant, interdisciplinary team comprised of academics and policing professionals?

07/30/2017 - 11:39

A new MOOC has been launched - Managing Public Money

Explore and understand how you can manage public money effectively to create and demonstrate value for citizens.

07/30/2017 - 11:38

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the identification, assessment and formal acknowledgement of learning and achievement that occurred at some time in the past which is taken into account when you register for your study.

06/28/2017 - 11:14

Launching the 2017/18 College Bursary Scheme

 

The College of Policing would like to announce the launch of its new 2017/18 Bursary Scheme and we would also like to remind you about our Academic Support Network on POLKA………..

 

06/14/2017 - 11:25

In consultation with the Centre’s policing partners and the College of Policing, a specially designed Postgraduate Certificate in Evidence Based Practice has been developed for police officers and staff. 

05/30/2017 - 17:50

There are huge individual differences in the ability to recognise faces.  Most of us can recognise hundreds of faces of people that we know well, but tend to be very poor at remembering faces that we have only seen briefly, such as is the case in witnessing most crimes.  Research has demonstrated

05/19/2017 - 12:46