Staff profile

Angie Neville

Senior Lecturer in Criminology


Criminology and Policing


College of Business, Law and Social Sciences


Criminology and Social Sciences, Derby Law School


Kedleston Road, Derby Campus, One Friar Gate Square, Derby Campus



I am a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and currently the programme leader for BA Policing and I also teach a number of modules relating to policing and the wider criminology.

I am also the module leader for several MSc modules, specifically connected with investigating sexual offences and criminal investigation.

I am actively involved in research with matters connected to restorative justice and domestic abuse

My expertise is in investigation, specifically sexual offences and domestic abuse.

Teaching responsibilities

I am the UG programme leader for BA Policing and teach a number of modules on that programme in addition to being the module leader within the MSc Criminal Investigation programme.

Specific undergraduate modules include:

Specific MSc modules include:

Professional interests

Research interests

Domestic abuse, restorative justice, criminal investigations, investigation of sexual offences including rape.


Membership of professional bodies

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.



  •  MSc Criminal Investigations.


Recent conferences

  •  British Society of Criminology conference 2015.


Experience in industry

Served as a Police officer for 20 years. Seven years experience as a Detective and five years as a Detective trainer within a Police Crime training department.


International experience

Served as a Police officer and police trainer in the Royal Cayman Islands Police service.


Additional interests and activities

My interests include walking, reading and swimming.