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1 School of Law Postgraduate Degrees Criminal Justice & Criminology

2 Welcome We are delighted that you are interested in our postgraduate programmes and research opportunities in the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies within the Law School. Leeds University Law School is one of the top law schools in England and Wales (Times Good University Guide and Guardian League Tables, 2006) and the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies is a central part of its success. We are very proud that Criminal Justice and Criminology has come to occupy such a distinctive and prestigious place within the School s portfolio of postgraduate degrees and research opportunities. A great deal of energy, enthusiasm and experience has gone into developing the various masters programmes which build upon the established research strengths within the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies. The different programmes offer prospective postgraduate students diverse pathways in which to enrich your understanding of topical issues in contemporary criminal justice. If you wish to discuss which programme may best suit your interest do not hesitate to contact us. We would like to encourage applications from prospective research students in different areas of criminal justice, criminology and criminal law. Individual members of staff working within the Centre are keen to supervise research within their areas of expertise and are happy to discuss proposals with potential applicants. We trust you will find this prospectus both informative and useful, whilst also relaying to you the passion held by staff within the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies for teaching, researching and studying criminal justice and criminology. We look forward to welcoming you to Leeds. Professor Adam Crawford Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies 2 The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS) is an internationally recognised research unit with fifteen full-time teaching staff as well as research staff working on particular projects. It was established in 1987 and provides an active and multi-disciplinary academic environment with high quality teaching and research in criminal law, criminal justice studies and criminology. The Centre excels in the production of research that is empirically rich, conceptually sophisticated and policy relevant. Research is interdisciplinary and often comparative in its insights to certain key criminal justice issues. The Centre runs both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in criminal justice studies and criminology and has a large and vibrant research student population. Those working within the CCJS have established international reputations in the broad field of criminal justice policy research, especially in the areas of policing, crime prevention, victims, restorative justice, youth justice, cyber-crimes, penal policy, the resettlement of offenders and international and comparative criminal justice. Staff also have strengths in criminal law and procedure and criminological theory and combine commitments to quantitative and qualitative methods in empirical research, as well as doctrinal legal analysis. In addition to producing highquality publications, staff have conducted research for a range of key external funding bodies including the ESRC, Nuffield Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Leverhume Trust, Home Office, Youth Justice Board and Lord Chancellor s Department, National Probation Service, Nacro, Citizens Advice and others. In the last five years staff at the Centre have been awarded research grants exceeding 1.5 million. Such projects sustain the established profile of the Centre as a pre-eminent research unit, but also ensure that our teaching is at the cutting-edge of contemporary academic debates. To enhance the learning environment, the CCJS runs an active seminar series and a prominent Annual lecture. The Centre regularly organises national and international conferences including the British Society of Criminology Conference 2005, Plural Policing (2004), Prisoners Resettlement (2005), The Effectiveness of Electronic Monitoring (2006) and Rethinking Community Policing in the Age of Diversity (2006). It also has excellent international links most notably through the World Universities Network (WUN) and the Groupe Européen de Recherches sur les Normativitiés (GERN). The Centre has strong links with local and regional criminal justice agencies and is supported by over twenty five advisers drawn from senior criminal justice professionals and academics. These links enable many of our postgraduate students to undertake empirically based research dissertations in conjunction with local criminal justice agencies. The Centre publicises its work, research activities and publications through an Annual Report. For more information about the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies visit

3 Criminal Justice and Criminology Doing the Criminal Justice Studies Masters was the best decision I could have made in order to expand my knowledge of the criminal justice system and processes, as well as developing my research skills. Dr. Ruth Mounce Lecturer in Law, Leeds Metropolitan University The University The University of Leeds is among the UK s top universities, located close to the centre of one of the country s most progressive, cosmopolitan and student-friendly cities. One of the largest single site universities, Leeds is a hugely popular choice for students. With over 30,000 students living in the city, it regularly tops the national polls as the favourite UK destination for students. Established in 1904, the University is a member of the Russell Group, which is formed by 19 of the country s most prestigious universities. With a world class reputation for quality in research and teaching, a postgraduate degree from the University of Leeds is highly regarded by employers and universities worldwide. The University has over many years invested heavily in its infra-structure to provide students with first-class learning, development, support and leisure facilities, including modern well-equipped lecture theatres and seminar rooms, an internationally acclaimed University library, an enterprising careers service, a wide range of sporting amenities and one of the biggest and most active Students Unions in the country. The University is one of the main centres for postgraduate teaching in the country, with around 5,000 postgraduate students drawn from all over the UK and another 100 countries world-wide. As a University of Leeds postgraduate research student, you will have access to outstanding facilities including our major academic research library, laboratories and computing facilities. The City Only a short walk from the bustling shops, boutiques, art-galleries, cinemas, bars, restaurants and cafes of the city centre, the University campus is a vibrant place in which to live and study. Leeds is the fastest growing city in the UK. With its continued prosperity in law, finance, business and media, the city offers great employment potential. This is complemented by an exciting mix of culture, commerce and style, making Leeds the primary social hub of the North. Rich in history with a growing economy and cosmopolitan atmosphere, Leeds remains an affordable student-friendly city and the centre of a region of great cultural diversity. Leeds is a 24 hour city that is famous for the diversity and popularity of its nightlife. The city prides itself on the vitality of its independent bar scene, whilst its nightclubs offer a sophisticated and relaxed clubbing experience with a wide range of music and ambiences to suit all tastes. It is home to a wide variety of theatre, music, film and music venues including the legendary University Refectory. The annual Leeds Film Festival is also one of the leading cinema events in the country. 3

4 Criminal Justice and Criminology The MA course provided a comprehensive insight into the subject and the variety of modules available allowed me to focus on areas of particular interest. Christina Rowe Probation Officer, London 4 Taught Postgraduate Programmes The postgraduate programmes in Criminal Justice and Criminal Law are well established. The programme includes six different postgraduate degrees which provide a flexible learning package to suit students differing learning requirements and employment or personal circumstances. These include programmes in: Criminal Justice Studies Criminology Criminological Research Methods Criminal Justice Studies and Policing Criminal Justice and Criminal Law International and Comparative Criminal Justice The programmes available draw on a range of disciplines including Law, Sociology, Politics, Psychology and Social Policy. They combine the study of criminological explanations of crime with the study of the nature, purposes, dynamic processes and outcomes of the criminal justice process, as well as providing the knowledge and skills to undertake rigorous criminological research. Students can choose between studying for an MA/LLM Diploma or Certificate. Optional modules may not be available every year and additional modules may be added. MA/LLMs are studied full-time over 12 months or parttime over 24 months. Students study the compulsory modules and select from a range of optional modules. Diploma students can also study full-time (eight months) or part-time (16 months). They study the same range of taught modules as MA students but do not complete a dissertation. Certificate students study part-time over eight months and 60M credits of compulsory modules are taken. MA in Criminal Justice Studies Compulsory modules: Criminal Justice Processes Criminal Justice Policies, Perspectives and Research Optional modules: Forensic Process Policing I (Powers and Structures) Theories of Crime and Punishment Terrorism and the Law Contemporary Imprisonment Policing II (Accountabilities) Offenders in the Community Cybercrimes: Computers and Crime Miscarriages of Justice Certificate and Diploma in Criminal Justice Studies except the dissertation and choose from the range of optional modules. Certificate students study Criminal Justice Processes and Criminal Justice Policies, Perspectives and Research. MA in Criminology Compulsory modules: Theories of Crime and Punishment Criminal Justice Policies, Perspectives and Research Optional modules: All options available to MA Criminal Justice Studies, plus Criminal Justice Processes Certificate and Diploma in Criminology except the dissertation and choose from the range of optional modules. Certificate students study Theories of Crime and Punishment and Criminal Justice Research Methods and Skills. MA in Criminological Research Methods All modules are compulsory: Theories of Crime and Punishment Criminal Justice Policies, Perspectives and Research Quantitative Research Methods

5 Certificate and Diploma in Criminological Research Methods except the dissertation and choose from the range of optional modules. Certificate students study Criminal Justice Research Methods and Skills and Quantitative Research Methods. MA in Criminal Justice Studies and Policing Compulsory modules: Criminal Justice Processes Policing I (Powers and Structures) Policing II (Accountabilities) Optional modules: All options available to MA Criminal Justice Studies, plus Criminal Justice Policies, Perspectives and Research Certificate and Diploma in Criminal Justice Studies and Policing except the dissertation and choose from the range of optional modules. Certificate students study Criminal Justice Processes and the two policing modules. LLM in Criminal Justice and Criminal Law This programme combines social science research methods, traditional legal research skills with broad elements of criminological explanation to study the nature, purposes and outcomes of criminal justice. Compulsory Modules: Criminal Justice Processes Criminal Law Legal Research Methods Optional Modules: Options available to MA Criminal Justice Studies students plus: Animal Law Family, Law and Society Human Rights and the Internet Disability, Rights and the Law Criminal Justice Policies, Perspectives and Research Certificate and Diploma in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice exceptthe dissertation and choose from the range of optional modules. Certificate students study Criminal Law and Legal Research Methods. MA in International and Comparative Criminal Justice Compulsory modules: International Criminal Justice Comparative Penal Policies Optional modules: All options available to MA Criminal Justice Studies students plus: International Human Rights The Protection of Rights in National and International Law Terrorism and Security International Law and Ethics in the War on Terrorism Certificate and Diploma in International and Comparative Criminal Justice except the dissertation and choose from the range of optional modules. Certificate students study Comparative Penal Policies and Criminal Justice Research Methods and Skills. Dissertations The Centre s strong links with local criminal justice agencies enable students to undertake empirical research for their dissertation therefore enabling them to gain valuable experience and skills in carrying out and managing research projects. Recent examples of dissertations with involved empirical research with local agencies include: enforcement of probation orders; implementation of Drug Testing and Treatment Orders; and offending behaviour programmes. Entry Requirements Applications are welcomed from candidates with at least a second class Honours degree in Criminology, Criminal Justice or a related discipline such as Psychology, Law or any of the Social Sciences. We particularly welcome applications from criminal justice practitioners and consider equivalent professional qualifications and relevant work experience. Career Paths The various Criminal Justice and Criminology programmes offer valuable pathways into diverse professional careers including, the police, youth justice, the prison and probation services, local and national government, voluntary organisations and private businesses, as well as academic and policy research. They also provide opportunities for those currently working in criminal justice and partner agencies to enhance their knowledge of the field, develop their research and analysis skills and further their career prospects. Many of the skills and competencies developed are of relevance and application both within the UK and elsewhere. The University provides extensive career advice and assistance to all its students see 5

6 Criminal Justice and Criminology As a doctorate student I found the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies to be a positive, engaging, supportive and challenging environment. Dr. Sunita Toor, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Sheffield Hallam University Research Degrees (PhD, MPhil, MA by Research and Integrated PhD research) judiciary, prison and imprisonment, probation and community sentences, alcohol/drugs and crime, youth crime, corporate/financial crime, terrorism, criminal law, victims and cyber/computer crime. Any relevant proposals within the broad remit will be considered as will comparative studies. We have excellent local contacts and links with the Centre s advisors which may assist students during their research. 6 The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies has a successful and thriving research degrees programme. It has an excellent track record of completed research degrees. Students are provided with high quality supervision by two academics who are trained and experienced supervisors as well as experts in the field of research. Students are provided with formal research methods training. Research students are encouraged to take an active part in the Centre s activities by attending seminars and conferences. The Centre s research postgraduates are located in the Law Graduate Centre which has excellent facilities. Each student is provided with access to desk space, lockable storage space, a good quality computer cluster with printing facilities and a very convivial and collegial environment (including a social room) in which to undertake their work. Additional facilities are provided at the University s (central) Graduate Centre which also runs useful training courses. The Law Graduate Centre is only a short walk from the University s main research library which contains a well-stocked collection of relevant books, journals, materials and sources. The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies welcomes applications from students wishing to pursue research into any aspect of criminal justice and criminology. The Centre has particular expertise in the following areas: policing, the pre-trial process, the prosecution process, sentencing and sentences, courts and the The degree schemes on offer by research and thesis only are as follows: Master of Arts (M.A.) one year full-time or two years part-time; Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) two years full-time or four years part-time; Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) three years full-time or five years part-time. Integrated PhD four years full-time, not available part-time. This new degree combines taught classes and a traditional research thesis, with an exit award of LLM Legal research if students complete the first two years. The entrance requirements for all three schemes are that applicants must normally possess an upper second class honours degree or equivalent. Applicants with professional qualifications or substantial professional experience are also encouraged to apply. In addition, MPhil and PhD applicants are usually required to hold a Master s level qualification. The detailed regulations governing the above degree schemes are available on request from the University s Research Degrees Office. Informal inquires from applicants are particularly welcome. Please contact the Postgraduate Office in the first instance at Postgraduate Office, School of Law, 20 Lyddon Terrace, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT Tel:

7 Research Supervision and Teaching Interests Dr. Yaman Akdeniz Senior Lecturer in Internet Law and co-ordinator of the CyberLaw Research Unit. His research interests include cyber-crime, regulation of child pornography, human rights and internet. Sarah Blandy Lecturer in Law. Her research interests include the governance of anti-social behaviour, the resettlement of sex offenders and the growth of gated communities. Lydia Bleasdale Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Criminal Law. Her research interests include media representations of crime and criminality and the victimisation of asylum seekers. Andy Campbell Reader in International Banking Law and Director of the Centre for Business Law and Practice. His research interests include the control and prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing. Professor Adam Crawford Chair in Criminal Justice and Criminology and Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies. His research interests include restorative justice, youth justice, policing, community safety, the governance of anti-social behaviour and comparative criminology. Professor James Dignan Chair in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice. His research interests encompass comparative criminal justice, green criminology, comparative penology and penal policy, restorative justice, victimology and youth justice. Dr. Louise Ellison Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law. Her research interests include criminal process, criminal evidence, domestic violence, vulnerable victims and stalking. Professor Mark Findlay Chair in International Criminal Justice. His research interests encompass international criminal trials and criminal law, global governance, transnational crime and policing, comparative criminal justice, sentencing and the role of the jury. Dr. Phil Hadfield Senior University Research Fellow. His research interests include private security, the alcohol industry and the night-time economy, violent crime, rural crime and anti-social behaviour. Dr. Anthea Hucklesby Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Deputy Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies. Her research interests include criminal justice process, electronic monitoring of offenders, drug use, community sentences, prisons and the resettlement of offenders. Dr. Sam Lewis Academic Research Fellow. Her research interests include desistance from offending, probation practice, youth justice and race, crime and criminal justice. Stuart Lister Lecturer in Criminal Justice. His research interests include public and private policing, drug users and drug markets, alcohol and the night-time economy, violent crime, burglary and crime prevention. Dr. Carole McCartney Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Criminal Law. Her research interests include miscarriages of justice, criminal process, forensic science and investigation and green criminology. Professor Sureya Subedi Chair in International Law and Director of the Centre for International Governance. His research interests include the law of international conflict, international human rights and the role of the International Criminal Court. Nick Taylor Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law. His research interests include the regulation of surveillance and CCTV, Human Rights and policing, miscarriages of justice and the Criminal Cases Review Commission. Professor Clive Walker Chair in Criminal Justice. His research interests include anti-terrorism legislation, terrorism and political violence, private military armies, police powers and forensic process. Professor David Wall Chair in Criminal Justice and Head of School of Law. His research interests include cyber-law and cyber-crime, identity theft, access to justice and policing. Dr. Emma Wincup Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Deputy Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies. Her research interests include social exclusion and crime: housing offenders in the community: drug use and its control: qualitative research: the politics and ethics of criminological research. 7

8 Apply online Supporting documents must be sent by post and not by electronic means such as fax or scanned and attached to an . For sources of funding you should contact the University of Leeds scholarships office alternatively, visit their website on and contact your local British Council or High Commission. Whilst the University endeavours to ensure that the information contained in this document is accurate at the date of publication, it does not accept liability for any inaccuracies contained within it. Where circumstances change outside of the reasonable control of the University, it reserves the right to change or cancel parts of the programme of study or services at any time without liability, even after students have registered at the University. The University s contract with its students does not confer third party benefits for the purposes of the Contract (Rights of the Third Parties) Act Design by roomfordesign.co.uk University of Leeds Leeds, United Kingdom LS2 9JT Tel Doc No:

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