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Explore law, criminal psychology and contemporary issues within the criminal world

Are you interested in the way our laws are made, where power comes from in our political system and how effective the criminal justice system is? Build your understanding of the world around you and hone your critical thinking skills with a course in Criminology at Wiltshire College & University Centre.

Our HND in Public Services (Crime & Criminal Justice) will give you the opportunity to explore the purpose and framework of the criminal justice system and the public services that work within this area. You will be encouraged to develop your critical thinking and analytical skills, engage in trips (including to prisons and courts) and benefit from guest speakers and to partake in work experience within your chosen field.

Meet your lecturer
Tracy Mitchell,
Programme Lead, HND Public Services (Crime and Criminal Justice),

Tracy is an experienced lecturer in Criminology and is the Programme Lead on the College's HND Public Services (Crime and Criminal Justice) course.

Tracy's particular interest is how early experiences can affect an individual’s predisposition to criminality and how psychological theories relate to serial killers. As part of her professional development, Tracy has attended postmortems at Flax Bourton Forensic Mortuary and Coroners Court, attended trials at The Old Bailey and taken part in anti-social behaviour training with Wiltshire Police.


What our students say

I can honestly say that the 2 years I spent studying HND Criminal Justice were the best years of education I’ve ever had. The lecturers are so friendly and support you the whole way through.

Emilie Bramwell

HND Criminal Justice

The class size was perfect, allowing us to have a more personal setting which encouraged debates on most topics.

Ellie-May Bryant

HND Criminal Justice

The quality of teaching, support and the learning environment was second to none. The high level of teaching on the HND Criminal Justice made the transition to Level 6 much easier.

Becca Denton

HND Criminal Justice

We didn't just sit in the classroom; we went to courts, and sitting in the public gallery watching trials brought what we had been studying to life.

Tracy Leigh

HND Criminal Justice

I studied Criminal Justice at University Level and it was the best experience ever. We went to Court trials, visited the Old Bailey and witnessed what we’d learned in real life scenario

Elly Moxom

Criminal Justice HE

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