School of Law and Policing

The School of Law and Policing is driven by the desire to build a better future for our community through our teaching, research, and public engagement.

Learn from high profile speakers from leading judges, senior police officers, crime scene investigators, archaeologists and forensic scientists to gain an in depth understanding of their professions.

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Research in the School

We host a group of experts in Law, Criminology, Policing, Archaeology, Anthropology and Sociology. We explore the impact of law, criminal justice and archaeology in society, challenging injustice and promoting equality, inclusion and diversity.

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Our academics

Dr Abigail Stark
Lecturer in Criminology
School of Law and Policing

Abigail is a Lecturer in Criminology at the School of Law & Social Science, where she specialises in the study of imprisonment and comparative penology. Abigail is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and teaches across a range of subjects on our foundation, undergraduate and…

Dr Allwell Uwazuruike
Senior Lecturer in Law
School of Law and Policing

Allwell is conducting funded research on a number of projects including the rights of fishermen in Senegal, freedom of expression in Nigeria, and the lived experiences of Senegalese migrants in France. He is the author of a monograph entitled 'Human Rights under the African Chart…

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