School of Forensic and Applied Sciences
Maudland Building MB219
+44 (0) 1772 89 4021
Subject Areas: Criminology and Policing
Lecturer in Policing on the FdSc. Policing and MSc. Early Action (Professional Practice) courses.
Phil has extensive experience in policing, with particular expertise in Leadership, Multi- Agency Partnership Development, and Critical Incident Management. He is also involved in developing the school’s partnership arrangements with Police Forces, and the development of the National Police Educational Qualification framework.
Phil has experience in policing through his background with the Lancashire Constabulary. As well as gaining extensive experience in the operational field, Phil worked with the Community Safety Partnership in Blackpool, implementing a range of approaches including those which deal with Offender Management, Youth Offending, Violent Crime and developing the Family Intervention Project. He also went on to work with Blackpool Council as the Crime & Justice Champion and ASB manager. He has worked with the Home Office and other agencies to develop the anti- social behaviour risk assessment conference process, which he helped to implement in the Lancashire Police and Local Authority areas.
Phil has a specific interest in the development of others and curriculum development, and is involved in representing UCLan at the College of Policing in the development of the Police Education Qualification Framework.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, UCLan, 2016
Post Graduate Certificate of Achievement in Leadership, Lancaster University, 2009
Certificate In Education, Manchester University 1997