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Job vacancy: Research Fellow in Criminology at Nottingham Trent University

29 Feb 2016

NTUlogo_newNottingham Trent University (NTU) is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow in Criminology to help shape the future of policing in the East Midlands.

The post is part-time (22.2 hours per week) and fixed-term for 18 months.

NTU is part of an collaboration of police forces, police and crime commissioners and universities known as the East Midlands Policing Academic Collaboration (EMPAC). The new Research Fellow will be involved in taking forward a number of research projects, and will help inform policing policy and practice in the region.

Applications are welcomed from academics with expertise in empirical social research; in particular specialist expertise in either community engagement or anti-social behaviour. Knowledge and experience of analysing large-scale quantitative data, in particular hierarchical statistical modelling, would also be an advantage. The deadline for applications is March 7 2016.

Click here for details and to apply, or contact Dr Rebecca Thompson, Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Sociology: rebecca.thompson02@ntu.ac.uk