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    Has anybody got any recommendations for unis for policing degrees?
    I’ve looked at:
    Liverpool John Moores- Policing Studies
    Chester- Community Policing and Criminal Investigation
    Cumbria- Professional Policing

    Ideally I want just a “straightforward” policing degree, not a combined degree (like policing with forensic psychology for example).

    I’ve not decided about living in or living at home, if I live in I won’t be able to insure my car, where as if I live at home I will be able to insure my car and drive once I’ve passed my test. But then I kind of want to live in for the experience, but then it’s really expensive 🤔

    Any advice or help is welcome, I’m meant to have applied to ucas by the end of this week 😬
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    (Original post by duke2908)
    Has anybody got any recommendations for unis for policing degrees?
    I’ve looked at:
    Liverpool John Moores- Policing Studies
    Chester- Community Policing and Criminal Investigation
    Cumbria- Professional Policing

    Ideally I want just a “straightforward” policing degree, not a combined degree (like policing with forensic psychology for example).

    I’ve not decided about living in or living at home, if I live in I won’t be able to insure my car, where as if I live at home I will be able to insure my car and drive once I’ve passed my test. But then I kind of want to live in for the experience, but then it’s really expensive 🤔

    Any advice or help is welcome, I’m meant to have applied to ucas by the end of this week 😬
    It terms of the money, I'd say you have a choice between a car and uni experience.

    I'm having a look for policing courses now then I'll try to work out where the best forum for your enquiry is.

    Is it your intention to stay in the North West?:holmes:
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    (Original post by duke2908)
    Has anybody got any recommendations for unis for policing degrees?
    I’ve looked at:
    Liverpool John Moores- Policing Studies
    Chester- Community Policing and Criminal Investigation
    Cumbria- Professional Policing

    Ideally I want just a “straightforward” policing degree, not a combined degree (like policing with forensic psychology for example).

    I’ve not decided about living in or living at home, if I live in I won’t be able to insure my car, where as if I live at home I will be able to insure my car and drive once I’ve passed my test. But then I kind of want to live in for the experience, but then it’s really expensive 🤔

    Any advice or help is welcome, I’m meant to have applied to ucas by the end of this week 😬
    Edge Hill, DeMontfort and Derby all have these courses I believe. As do York St. John and Sheffield Hallam (the last one may be slightly different).
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    It terms of the money, I'd say you have a choice between a car and uni experience.

    I'm having a look for policing courses now then I'll try to work out where the best forum for your enquiry is.

    Is it your intention to stay in the North West?:holmes:
    Thank you! And I know, it seems to be driving, or having the uni experience 😩
    To be honest I’m not really too fussed where abouts, if there’s somewhere I really like that isn’t in the North West I would move
 
 
 
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