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Policing, Law, Security and Emergency Management

Policing, Law, Security and Emergency Management

Our award courses are delivered by CSU's Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security (AGSPS), the School of Policing Studies (SOPS), Centre for Law and Justice, and in partnership with the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES), and include Bachelor, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters and Doctoral levels.

About our schools

  • Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security (AGSPS)

    The AGSPS is internationally recognised as a leader in the law enforcement, emergency management and security industries.

    Our courses are designed to meet the complex challenges faced by professionals in an ever-changing world. At the AGSPS we recognise that as a busy professional you require access to high quality courses, which are intellectually rigorous and challenging, but fit with your career and lifestyle commitments.

    Our courses are designed to provide this intellectual rigour and are flexibly delivered, including intensive face-to-face, online collaboration and distance education modes. The courses are delivered by leaders in their fields, who have a combination of professional practice and academic experience and maintain close collaboration with law enforcement, regulators, universities, research bodies, private industry and emergency services providers in Australia and overseas.

    AGSPS delivers online Bachelor courses for serving police officers, the Bachelor of Policing, for serving police and officers in law enforcement agencies with a policing focus, in order to enhance their professional policing practice and knowledge, and the Bachelor of Policing (Investigations) for serving police officers who intend pursuing a career in investigation. The bachelor courses are available globally.

    Graduates of our courses have the creative intellectual capacity and skills which are sought out to fill senior positions in policing, compliance, security and emergency management by law enforcement, regulators and blue chip companies. The teaching and research interests at AGSPS range across a broad spectrum of key global issues including:

    • cyber-crime
    • financial crime
    • terrorism
    • investigation
    • leadership
    • natural disaster emergency management
    • intelligence and counterintelligence
    • law enforcement and social networking
    • transnational crime
  • Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES)

    The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES) is the world’s leading provider of training and education in the highly specialised areas of customs, excise and border management.

    Recognised by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and our peers as international leaders in the field of Customs education, we play a key role in establishing and maintaining the WCO Professional Standards.

    The quality and range of CCES products and services is unsurpassed. No other organisation provides either the quality or range of practical, academically sound products and services. These are continually updated through our ongoing research activities to reflect contemporary and emerging issues.

    The WCO has officially recognised only 14 academic programs that comply fully with the WCO Professional Standards, six of which have been developed by CCES. For this reason, CCES is the trainer of choice for Customs administrations around the world.

  • Centre for Law and Justice

    The Centre for Law and Justice is a team of highly qualified and experienced legal practitioners and researchers. Our Bachelor of Laws is unique across the world for its incorporation of compulsory Indigenous Australian content and cultural competence. Our students will study specialised regional law topics relating to community and resource law in addition to the traditional law curriculum. This helps ensure our graduates are engaged in their communities and equipped for global citizenship in a digital age.Through our teaching, research and community service, the Centre for Law and Justice demonstrates our commitment to the rule of law, the promotion of the highest standards of ethical conduct, professional responsibility and community service.

  • School of Policing Studies (SOPS)

    The School of Policing Studies is Australia’s leading provider of police recruit level training, with a partnership with the NSW Police Force to design, develop and deliver tertiary courses in policing. CSU and the NSW Police Force jointly provide the formal entry level studies undertaken to gain entry to the NSW Police Force Service.

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Be inspired by some of our recent graduates as they share their experiences about studying Terrorism and Security Studies, Leadership and Management (Policing and Security) and the Associate Degree in Policing Practice at their CSU graduation day.

Be inspired by some of our recent graduates as they share their experiences about studying Terrorism and Security Studies, Leadership and Management (Policing and Security) and the Associate Degree in Policing Practice at their CSU graduation day.