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Professional Policing with Rob Glassborow

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Join Rob Glassborow as he takes you on a journey through the history of policing, the key principles of policing, entry points into policing, and the core values of being a police officer. He'll also pose some real life policing scenarios for you to think critically about.

Professional Policing with Rob Glassborow

University of Law

Law
Law

Join Rob Glassborow as he takes you on a journey through the history of policing, the key principles of policing, entry points into policing, and the core values of being a police officer. He'll also pose some real life policing scenarios for you to think critically about.

What to expect

Introduction to policing
History of policing
Policing by consent
Professionalising policing
The future landscape of policing

Meet the academic

Robert Glassborow is a Lecturer in Policing at the University of Law. After serving in the Royal Air Force, Robert attained a degree in Communication Media at Manchester Metropolitan University and then entered work in broadcast media as a Project Manager. A calling to policing came and Robert left the media industry to enter policing, serving initially as Police Staff in the control room environment, as well as a Special Constable, before becoming a regular Officer. Serving with both North Yorkshire Police and British Transport Police (BTP), Robert has experience in response policing, neighbourhood policing, and was one of the initial pro-active officers on the BTP County Lines task force commissioned by the Home Secretary in 2019, dealing with modern day slavery and the safeguarding of vulnerable persons. Qualified in the Certificate of Knowledge in Policing, Diploma in Policing, and passing the NPPF 2 Sergeants exam, Robert left BTP as a Sergeant to join ULaw on the policing degrees as a Lecturer.