Together, these policing specialists bring a wealth of academic experience, policing practice and knowledge to the development of PCDA and DHEP curriculum and delivery models. For example, their expertise covers:

In addition, the Centre is a substantial resource for the development of apprenticeships with strong links between research, innovation, knowledge and evidence-based practice. Building on the Centre’s collaborative approach, the PEQF will be designed working with our procured partners and delivered utilising the strengths and expertise of both.

Drawing on the ‘open’ access and widening participation ethos at the core of the OU, there will be a strong emphasis within our PEQF programmes on making a career in the police attractive to individuals from diverse backgrounds.

More information can be found on the OU Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship website.


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Interview with Dr Ian Hesketh, Visiting Fellow CPRL

Our very own Dr Ian Hesketh, together with his co-author Professor Cary Cooper (University of Manchester), has recently had his book entitled “Well-Being at Work: How to Design, Implement and Evaluate an Effective Strategy” reviewed in the Journal of Occupational Medicine. 

5th May 2020
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