NWSLC HND Policing - UCAS Code HNDP
A career with the Police goes far beyond interviewing suspects and making arrests. Police officers get involved in investigative work, giving evidence in court, controlling traffic or large crowds at events, promoting personal safety, and crime prevention. No matter what aspect of policing most motivates you, our trainers are former police officers with extensive experience and can help you to enter the regular Police Force with the successful completion of our HND in Policing. You will learn about criminal law, police procedures, road policing, use of technology, and equality and diversity. Assignments will include simulated policing scenarios where you will get the chance to try out your practical and investigative skills.
This course is ideal for those looking to join the police force as a regular office and for those interested in other public protection roles such as Border Force, G4S, Police Staff and investigative roles in organisations such as the Probation Service, and Child Services.
Course cost: £5950 per year
Duration: 2 Years
Credit Value: 240
UCAS Code: HNDP
College Referance Code: N79
- Small-scale Research Project
- Criminal Law
- Police and Criminal Justice Service
- Equality and diversity in the Police Service
- Roads Policing
- Technology and the Police service
- Criminology- Practical Application for the Police Service
- Command and control
- Leadership in Policing
- Crime reduction and Community Policing
- Investigative Skills
- Government interactions with the Police service
- Emergency planning and the police Service
- Health and safety Management in the Police service
- Counter Terrorism
- Managing Police Finance
- Investigation into armed Policing
- Work Based Experience
64 UCAS Points
Course work will be assessed by assignments and an exam for law related studies. Research projects and presentations to the group will be used to assess the self-study.
By the end of the course you will be able to understand the law and be able to identify offences from give scenarios. Be aware of the planning for emergencies, spontaneous incidents and future events. Be able to understand Police investigations and the concept of police interviewing strategy. Have an understanding of Police leadership models, diversity. Health and Safety and command and control within the Police.
Additional Costs and Information
Guest speakers from local police forces will regularly give talks on related topics for both assignments and enrichment purposes.Throughout the course you will be responsible for any transport cost to and from any trips organised. You must also supply your own writing materials and paper.
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