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Associate Lecturer in Policing

Faculty of Professional & Social Sciences

Location:  Hendon
Starting Salary:  £32,407 to £37,165 per annum
Grade:  Grade 6
Contract Type:  Fixed Term - 24 months
Hours per Week:  35.5
Date Posted:  Monday 10 February 2020
Closing Date:  Wednesday 11 March 2020
Reference:  LAW126
Job Details:    Job Description    

Middlesex University hosts one of the UK’s longest-established criminology departments, providing high quality undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral education, complemented by a successful applied criminology research profile.  Applied criminological teaching includes provision of professional policing programmes, and innovations in this field have led to the need for additional academic staff capacity in a range of roles.

As lead provider in a national consortium of Higher Education Institutions we have secured the tender to provide a Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA), and a Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP), for newly recruited Police Constables in Sussex Police, Hampshire Constabulary and Surrey Police. These innovative courses will be taught via e-learning with associated face-to-face masterclasses. 

We are seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer to contribute to teaching, assessment and curriculum development in both these programmes, with a focus on supporting student officers’ experience and learning. The Associate Lecturer will also have the opportunity to contribute to wider policing education and research within the Department. 

Due to the nature of the role, the post holder will have unsupervised access to police premises and Police learners’ personal data, appointment will be dependent upon successfully obtaining Non-Police Personnel Vetting (NPPV) Level 2.

If you have any questions about Vetting please contact Joanne Nunn on

For further information about these roles please contact Professor Kevin McDonald, Head of the Criminology & Sociology Department on

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