Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Policing Studies

Liverpool John Moores University - Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies

Working in the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies you will play a key role in developing the teaching, research and continuing professional development profile of Policing Studies at LJMU. This is an exciting opportunity for dynamic individuals to play a key role in the development of the Centre which aims to have a transformative effect on efficacy of British Policing.

You will work across the University with senior staff, from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, to enhance applied research activities in the area of policing. We are seeking to appoint individuals with a PhD (or near completion) and a proven track record in producing high quality research and/or high quality publications. We are particularly keen for applications from individuals with an interest in Serious and Organised Crime, Cyber Crime, Terrorism or Counter-Terrorism. You will also contribute to the development and positioning of our growing portfolio of police studies and security studies programmes.

Applicants should be able to evidence an appropriate level of experience and a commitment to excellence in research and teaching.

Informal enquires post may be made to the Director of Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies, Dr Daniel Silverstone, email: d.m.silverstone@ljmu.ac.uk or Telephone: 0151 231 3078.

Or alternatively contact the People and Organisational Development Department on 0151 904 6130 or email: recruitmentcampaign@ljmu.ac.uk

LJMU is committed to achieving equality of opportunity.

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