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National Apprenticeship Week 2021: University partnership helping police train new recruits

National Apprenticeship Week 2021: University partnership helping police train new recruits

A national effort to recruit 20,000 additional police officers by 2023 is being supported by the University of Cumbria and a special public sector partnership. University of Cumbria and three other institutions are delivering Police Constable Degree Apprenticeships and Degree Holder Entry Programmes to new recruits joining three forces across south east England – Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.


Posted on Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Tagged Criminology, Employability, Law, London, Policing

University to host Cumbria youth crime prevention conference

University to host Cumbria youth crime prevention conference

Chief Constable Michelle Skeer, county Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall and university vice chancellor Professor Julie Mennell are among the speakers at the Cumbria Youth Crime Prevention Conference 2021 taking place this week. The University of Cumbria and leading ‘sport for development’ charity StreetGames are hosting the virtual conference to find new ways of tackling youth crime and anti-social behaviour in Cumbria.


Posted on Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Tagged Alumni, Business, Children and Families, Community Work, Criminology, Health and Wellbeing, Policing, Psychology, Research, Social Science, Sport

Policing and security expert joins university as Professor of Practice

Policing and security expert joins university as Professor of Practice

BAE Systems Submarines Head of Security, Fire, and Resilience and retired Assistant Chief Constable Andrew Slattery QPM has been appointed to the role of Professor of Practice within the Institute of Business, Industry and Leadership at the University of Cumbria.


Posted on Monday, April 4, 2022

Tagged Alumni, Carlisle, Criminology, Graduation, Lancaster, Law, Leadership, Policing, Postgraduate

Volunteering students in Carlisle centre keep women safe on Saturday nights

Volunteering students in Carlisle centre keep women safe on Saturday nights

Students from the University of Cumbria have become trained Safer Streets Volunteers to help keep women in Carlisle city centre safe on Saturday nights as part of a wider Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) campaign in conjunction with the Cumbria's Office of Police and Crime Commissioner and Cumbria Constabulary.


Posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Tagged Carlisle, Community Work, Criminology, Employability, Law, Policing