Mr Christopher David Alcott

Job: Lecturer in Criminal Justice (Police Programmes)

Faculty: Health and Life Sciences

School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences

Research group(s): Community & Criminal Justice

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: +44 (0)116 2551551 Ext 3882




Publications and outputs

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Key research outputs


British Journal of Community Justice. (Ref 2012 Volume 10 (No1))

Reforming the Force: An examination of the impact of the operational sub-culture on reform and modernisation within the Police Service.

Research interests/expertise

Policing and the relationship between policy and practice.

Conference attendance

Tipping the scales of weirdness (R5:1); DMU Emotions in CCJ Group Presentation, Leicester, June 2016

Emotions in Policing; DMU Emotion & Criminal Justice Conference 2016, Leicester, February 2016

Themes in planning, Response and Recovery; Nottingham Trent University ; Interoperability Conference. Nottingham. November, 2014

Nothing But The Truth: HLS Postgraduate Research Conference, Leicester, June 2016

H.E Forum (for learning and development in policing) Northampton University, September 2011. Police culture and reform

H.E Forum (for learning and development in policing) Liverpool John Moores University, September 2012. H.E`s support for professional decision making

A keynote speaker at the Real Solutions To Real To Real Problems: Symposium. Police reform And Developing The Community Security Sector In The Emerging And Developing World. 20th February 2013 DMU Leicester.