To be able to identify and analyse the ethical, administrative and legal standards that police officers must uphold.

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Assessment brief number 1

 

Module code & title

6PL015 

Police Accountability 

 

Module Learning outcomes:

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LO1

To be able to identify and analyse the ethical, administrative and legal standards that police officers must uphold.

 

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LO2

To be able to evaluate the contemporary structures and mechanisms used to hold police officers to account.

 

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LO3

To be able to critically analyse the leadership, managerial and cultural issues which shape police conduct.

 

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LO4

To become familiar with the main sources of data about police accountability and to be able to use these materials for research purposes.

 

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Assessment types

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Coursework 

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Assessment Brief

The detailed requirements for this assessment are as follows:

 

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  1. With reference to reports and findings published by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), critically evaluate whether and to what extent the IPCC can overcome historical obstacles to police accountability in England and Wales.
  2. Critically analyse the nature of the relationship between Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) and Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC).
  3.  Critically evaluate whether and to what extent the involvement of international agencies or courts can lead to greater police accountability in England and Wales.

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