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An up to date and comprehensive introduction to the use, impact and implications of technology in policing for students undertaking policing related degrees.
Barrie Sheldon is a Senior Lecturer at Teesside University delivering a foundation degree in policing to West Mercia Police student police officers and online programmes in counter-terrorism. Barrie joined Staffordshire Police as a cadet in 1972 and retired in 2004. He enjoyed various operational roles and completed his career with the Major Investigation Department as a Senior Investigating Officer. Barrie was also involved with training during his police career and has also delivered investigative training to detectives in Rwanda. Paul Wright retired from the Police Service in January 2009, after initially joining Bedfordshire Police and then transferring to the City of London Police in 1987. During his time with law enforcement he was seconded to the South East Regional Crime Squad and the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit. A career detective he spent the last 10 years of his service specialising in Internet, network and computer investigations at a local, national and international level./par1//par1/He has also been heavily involved in Industry Liaison. In this role he has advised on the implementation of e-crime prevention and actively encouraged the flow of information between the Business Community and Law enforcement regarding Hi-Tech and e-crime.