Angie Neville

Angie Neville

Position: Senior Lecturer in Criminology

College: College of Business, Law and Social Sciences

Department: Law, Criminology and Social Sciences

Subject area: Policing

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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:

  • Applied studies in the investigation of crime Gender Crime and Violence
  • Policing and Police powers
  • Investigation theory and practice: victims, witnesses and suspects

Specific MSc modules include:

  • Criminal Investigation 2
  • Investigating Sexual Offences.

Professional interests

  • Professionalising the investigation process
  • Multi agency partnerships
  • Supporting victims of Domestic Abuse.

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.

Additional interests and activities

My interests include walking, reading and swimming.

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.

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