The Canterbury Centre for Policing Research (CCPR) conducts high quality applied research that aims to involve and advise policing professionals.

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about us

We are a committed team of experienced staff dedicated to supporting policing. Staff have a breadth of experience and expertise across a number of specialist areas.

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study with us

There are opportunities to study an MSc by Research in policing or MPhil/PhD level in Criminal Justice within our research centre.

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POLICING CONFERENCE 2019

Austerity and Ethics: A Paradox for Professionalism

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publications

Our publications include articles, chapters, reports and books from research findings to professional texts.

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events

Our Centre hosts a range of regular events aimed at both academics and practitioners.

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research & knowledge exchange

The Centre takes a multi-disciplinary and mixed methods approach to research.

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our staff

The expertise within Canterbury Centre for Police Research includes public order policing, cyber-crime, terrorism, trafficking and serious crime.

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phd profiles

We are home to a growing community of PhD researchers exploring policing related topics.

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Previous Projects

Among our previous projects, we have undertaken a study into effective 24/7 points of contact (PoC) for international cooperation of cybercrime and electronic evidence.

Read more about our effective 24/7 PoC project

 

ECTEG

We are an Associate Member of the European Cybercrime Training and Education (ECTEG) group convened and hosted by Europol. Robin Bryant is also a Special Advisor to the Board of ECTEG.

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