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14 scholarships and Open Evening for MScs in Crime, Forensic Science, Terrorism, and Policing

Open Evening for the MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism, the MSc in Crime Science, the MSc in Crime and Forensic Science and the MSc in Policing.

Wednesday 26th February 2020, from 6-8pm



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UCL’s Dept of Security and Crime Science is home to some of the UK’s premier courses in crime and security. For their dissertation students undertake a wide range of projects, often work-related. For example on the MSc in Crime and Forensic Science, previous projects have included “Persistence of DNA from bodily fluids within the context of internal child sex trafficking investigations” and “Can Forensic Transferable Markers be used to track criminal contacts via secondary transfer?”



MSc/Diploma in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism - Full/Part time/Distance learning

This course is aimed at security professionals whose role involves developing and implementing strategies to address the threat of extremism, against public, corporate and critical targets. The course is also suitable for those wishing to make a career in these areas. The course is delivered by experienced practitioners and researchers working in counter-terrorism, intelligence, law enforcement, risk assessment and security technology.


MSc/Diploma/Certificate in Crime Science- Full/Part time/Distance learning

This course is the UK’s first (and most successful) programme designed to equip law enforcement and security practitioners, and graduate students, with the means to deliver immediate and sustainable reductions in crime through the use of scientific method. The programme provides techniques to better analyse and reduce crime problems by (a) preventing them from happening in the first place and (b) increasing the probability of detecting and arresting offenders. The programme outlines the theoretical basis for this ‘crime science’ approach and explores its successful application to a range of real-world crime problems. Since its inception in 2002 the MSc in Crime Science has proven exceptionally popular in training hundreds of police, law enforcement, crime analysis, crime reduction, intelligence and security industry practitioners from across the UK and overseas (ranging from junior to senior levels), as well as students wishing to enter these careers.




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