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Students

 Knowledge and Understanding:

1. Demonstrate knowledge of a variety of international security and criminological concepts that can be related to a range of different crimes and scenarios and their subsequent applications and implications.

2. Understand and be able to assess the contribution of criminal psychology, sociology, politics and international relations based techniques to on-going investigations, interventions and current policy making practices.

 

3. To be able to collate, critically analyse and successfully implement knowledge from various fields such as: criminology, policing, security, criminal justice, and international relations in order to propose evaluations and solutions to modern world problems.

 Intellectual, practical, affective and transferrable skills:

1. Demonstrate the ability to effectively convey ideas through oral presentations, collaborative work and written assignments

2. Undertake effective evaluation of real world reports and research in the fields of criminology, security, psychology and international relations.

The learning outcomes of the CSI2019 include specialist knowledge as well as crucial transferable skills. Both are of a great value and are respected by a wide range of employers from the following sectors:

 

  • National and Global Criminal Justice Systems 

  • Law Enforcement agencies

  • Social Policy (for example: NGOs, Think Tanks, Social Policy research groups)

  • Social Justice organisations  

  • Military

  • Security and Private Sector

  • Academia 

  • Government 

  • First Responders 

  • National and International Charities

Courses/Modules

We are offering two courses/modules in July 2019, which will take place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK.

 

 

XXI Century Comparative Criminology

Course/Module One (01 July – 14 July, 2019):

 

Monday 

  • Introduction

  • Be afraid, be very afraid: Folk devils and moral panics in modern society

 

Tuesday

  • Do our fears match our facts: The culture of fear and risk society 

 

Wednesday

  • ‘Scary monsters and  super creeps’: The social construction of crime

 

Thursday

  • Controlling the masses: The politics of crime

 

Friday

  • Does just mean legal? Criminal laws and justice  

 

Saturday & Sunday

  • Weekend trip to Norfolk coast and stay overnight

 

Monday

  • ‘I like big guns and I cannot lie’: The modern debate on gun laws  

 

Tuesday

  • What lurks in the darkest corners: Deep, dark web 

  • Cybercrime- challenges and opportunities. 

 

Wednesday

  • The new normal: Surveillance and social control in the modern era

 

Thursday

  • A heightened sense of place: Environmental criminology and geographic profiling

 

Friday

  • Collective bargaining and cooperation: Globalisation and crime

 

Saturday & Sunday

  • Free time

 

 

Beyond Good & Evil

Module Two (15 July – 28 July, 2019):

 

Monday

  • Privilege and entitlement in modernity:  Human rights, civil rights and liberties

 

Tuesday

  • The current state of affairs: International relations, conflict and security

 

Wednesday

  • ‘Why can’t we all just get along’: International policing, structure and functions

 

Thursday

  • `You say freedom is free but I tend to disagree’.

  • The ‘crimes’ of modern migration: Human trafficking and people smuggling

 

Friday

  • The trouble with progress: Transnational Organised Crime

  • Structures, networks and global collaborations

 

Saturday & Sunday

  • Weekend trip to London

 

Monday

  • Hiding in plain sight:  New nationalism and radicalization

 

Tuesday

  • "Ideals are peaceful. History is violent" Terror as crime and weapons of war

 

Wednesday

  • Modern terrorism: The GLOBAL perspective

 

Thursday

  • Counterterrorism: Global counter-terrorism methods and strategies

 

Friday

  • The power of the mind: Investigative psychology and profiling

 

Saturday

  • Gala dinner- certificates and good byes

 

Sunday

  • Free time

 

Teaching schedule

Monday to Friday:

  • 9:00 am-12:00pm: lectures/seminars

  • 12:00-1:00 pm lunch break

  • 1:00pm-3:00 pm workshops

 

Online delivery Monday to Friday.

Knowledge transfer - at your own time within the time of training delivery. The online platform will be updated everyday with readings, online seminars, video-feeds from in-class sessions and other learning materials.

There will also be some independent study and/or online homework assignments.

In order to pass the training programme each student will have to successfully pass the final project.

 

Prices

If you would like to undertake one or both courses/modules and receive university credits and the certificate from the University of South Carolina Upstate, you must apply for the tuition version below (this is like undertaking one or two modules at university, so one month of CSI 2019 equates to 3 or 6 credits in the US or 15 or 30 credits in the UK respectively).

 

If, however if you are only interested in a certificate of completion of the CSI 2019, please see the prices below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any further questions please email us: HQ@CSI2019.org