The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice combines world leading research across a wide range of criminological and criminal justice themes with high quality teaching and experiential learning in key areas of employment and practice.
The Department offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Criminology, Criminal Justice and Policing which include significant placement and work-based learning opportunities with partner organisations in HM Prison Service, Nottinghamshire Police, Emergency Call East Midlands as well as a wide range of regional social justice organisations.
Teaching staff are academics and practitioners, bringing their professional experience and expertise into the classroom. A list of staff and courses can be found below.
A Working Paper Series has been created by the Department which aims to accelerate the public availability of practice and scholarship informed outputs and other research undertaken by staff and students within the Department.
Criminology and Policing
Our undergraduate courses combine hands-on experience with theory, policy and practice.
Post-pandemic road safety training: online but not solitary
Mon 05 Jun 2023
Study aims to tackle stigma of PrEP use
Thu 01 Jun 2023
Animals at risk as wildlife crime falls down the list of policing priorities
Thu 11 May 2023
Research makes recommendations to improve health and wellbeing across the UK fire and rescue sector
Wed 10 May 2023
New group to improve public and firefighter safety through research collaboration to be chaired by NTU
Thu 20 Apr 2023
Young people need meaningful involvement in local authority environmental policy – new report
Wed 05 Apr 2023