DC5024 - Introduction to Policing Practice in Key Areas

What will I learn on this module?

Throughout this module, you will undertake more advanced learning across the five principal areas of professional practice to acquire higher-level operational knowledge and skills in the following five key areas:

• Response policing
• Policing communities
• Policing the roads
• Information and intelligence
• Conducting investigations.

Throughout this module you undertake a number of operational attachments in the Durham Constabulary area that provide practical experience achieved through operational deployment, in recognition of the complexity of the various operational functions covered by the four distinct policing areas listed below. The combination of classroom learning and the work attachments will provide you with the high-level skills of a multi-competent police constable.

CoP PCDA Curriculum:
Response Policing: 1.1-1.4;2.1a—2.4a; 2.1b-2.4b;; 3.1-3.3; 4.1-5.4; 6.1-6.6
Policing communities: 1.1-1.4; 2.1-2.7; 3.1-3.7; 4.1-4.3
Policing the Roads: 1.1-1.3; 2.1-2.4; 3.1-3.3;
Conducting Investigations 1.1-1.3; 2.1-2.3; 3.1-3.3; 4.1-4.4; 5.1-5.3; 6.1-6.6;6.6a-6.6b.

The full CoP National Policing curriculum will be accessible to module tutors on the module Blackboard Site.

What will I learn on this module?

Throughout this module, you will undertake more advanced learning across the five principal areas of professional practice to acquire higher-level operational knowledge and skills in the following five key areas:

• Response policing
• Policing communities
• Policing the roads
• Information and intelligence
• Conducting investigations.

Throughout this module you undertake a number of operational attachments in the Durham Constabulary area that provide practical experience achieved through operational deployment, in recognition of the complexity of the various operational functions covered by the four distinct policing areas listed below. The combination of classroom learning and the work attachments will provide you with the high-level skills of a multi-competent police constable.

CoP PCDA Curriculum:
Response Policing: 1.1-1.4;2.1a—2.4a; 2.1b-2.4b;; 3.1-3.3; 4.1-5.4; 6.1-6.6
Policing communities: 1.1-1.4; 2.1-2.7; 3.1-3.7; 4.1-4.3
Policing the Roads: 1.1-1.3; 2.1-2.4; 3.1-3.3;
Conducting Investigations 1.1-1.3; 2.1-2.3; 3.1-3.3; 4.1-4.4; 5.1-5.3; 6.1-6.6;6.6a-6.6b.

The full CoP National Policing curriculum will be accessible to module tutors on the module Blackboard Site.

How will I learn on this module?

The module will run across the year where you will learn through classroom based teaching and operational practice, while also undertaking private-study. The module will use case-studies to illustrate topics and achieve learning outcomes. You will then undertake attachments that allow you to experience – Response policing; community policing; roads policing; information and intelligence and conducting investigations.

The module eLearning Portal (eLP) site will contain a module handbook outlining the content of the module. Lecture slides, digital lecture recordings, and supplementary reading etc. will also be made available on the eLP site.

How will I learn on this module?

The module will run across the year where you will learn through classroom based teaching and operational practice, while also undertaking private-study. The module will use case-studies to illustrate topics and achieve learning outcomes. You will then undertake attachments that allow you to experience – Response policing; community policing; roads policing; information and intelligence and conducting investigations.

The module eLearning Portal (eLP) site will contain a module handbook outlining the content of the module. Lecture slides, digital lecture recordings, and supplementary reading etc. will also be made available on the eLP site.

How will I be supported academically on this module?

You will be supported through active participation and discussion during classroom sessions. All lecture and seminar material will be available on the eLP, supplemented with guidance on further relevant reading. During the five attachments through the year you will be supported by area specialists and coaches. Assessment feedback will also be provided to allow you to understand how you performed and how you can build on this performance in subsequent assessments within your programme.

How will I be supported academically on this module?

You will be supported through active participation and discussion during classroom sessions. All lecture and seminar material will be available on the eLP, supplemented with guidance on further relevant reading. During the five attachments through the year you will be supported by area specialists and coaches. Assessment feedback will also be provided to allow you to understand how you performed and how you can build on this performance in subsequent assessments within your programme.

What will I be expected to read on this module?

All modules at Northumbria include a range of reading materials that students are expected to engage with. The reading list for this module can be found at: http://readinglists.northumbria.ac.uk
(Reading List service online guide for academic staff this containing contact details for the Reading List team – http://library.northumbria.ac.uk/readinglists)

What will I be expected to read on this module?

All modules at Northumbria include a range of reading materials that students are expected to engage with. The reading list for this module can be found at: http://readinglists.northumbria.ac.uk
(Reading List service online guide for academic staff this containing contact details for the Reading List team – http://library.northumbria.ac.uk/readinglists)

What will I be expected to achieve?

Knowledge & Understanding:
By the end of the module you should be able to:
1. Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of key principles of policing practice and be able to apply those principles during work attachments.

Intellectual / Professional skills & abilities:
By the end of the module you should be able to:
2. Apply higher level operational knowledge and skills to five specialist areas.

3. Carry out policing duties including policing the roads and communities, and conduct investigations, effectively and ethically.

Personal Values Attributes (Global / Cultural awareness, Ethics, Curiosity) (PVA):

By the end of the module you should have developed the ability to:

4. Enhance your knowledge and understanding of key principles of policing practice and carry out lawful, safe and effective policing tasks in operational front line and specialist areas.

What will I be expected to achieve?

Knowledge & Understanding:
By the end of the module you should be able to:
1. Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of key principles of policing practice and be able to apply those principles during work attachments.

Intellectual / Professional skills & abilities:
By the end of the module you should be able to:
2. Apply higher level operational knowledge and skills to five specialist areas.

3. Carry out policing duties including policing the roads and communities, and conduct investigations, effectively and ethically.

Personal Values Attributes (Global / Cultural awareness, Ethics, Curiosity) (PVA):

By the end of the module you should have developed the ability to:

4. Enhance your knowledge and understanding of key principles of policing practice and carry out lawful, safe and effective policing tasks in operational front line and specialist areas.

How will I be assessed?

Formative assessment
Some practical law content (covering learning outcomes for roads policing, conducting investigations and information and intelligence) will be formatively assessed by way of online problems and MCQs.


Summative assessment


Whilst undertaking practical operational experience achieved through operational deployment, it is expected that you will gather practical and professional evidence to demonstrate Full Completion of Occupational Competency Portfolio (Pass/Fail) MLO 1, 2, 3, 4 (100%)

Course info

Credits 40

Level of Study Undergraduate

Mode of Study 3 Years Full Time

Department Social Sciences

Location Coach Lane Campus, Northumbria University

City Newcastle

Start August 2022

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