of all our most recent UK undergraduates (FT and PT) are in employment or further study after six months
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We work with a number of bodies, conducting research and knowledge exchange, using this experience to enhance the quality of our teaching.
We are involved in a range of research projects from small-scale local initiatives to government and EU-funded research.
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Central to our work is the application of academic knowledge to the work of practitioners in the field of criminal justice.
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We work with a range of national and international bodies, conducting research and development work in the field of cybercrime and digital forensics.
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We worked with Kent Fire and Rescue Service to help them understand how they respond to, and investigate, causes of electrical fire.
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We have been working with Historic England for several years on the application of forensic science to heritage and cultural crime.
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The Canterbury Centre for Policing Research (CCPR) conducts high quality applied research that aims to involve and advise policing professionals.
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