The delivery of criminal justice increasingly demands a multi-agency response to fight crime effectively and ensure that transnational crime does not escape the reach of criminal justice agencies. There are some two million professionals employed in criminal justice agencies across the EU. However, the delivery of criminal justice not only engages the police, courts and penal institutions, but also social workers, victim support organisations and those who secure accountability, such as journalists.
Drawing on Abertay University’s expertise in EU justice and home affairs law, the LLM EU Security and Transnational Criminal Justice distance learning programme provides you with the opportunity to develop a systematic understanding of the law as it relates to EU transnational criminal justice and security.
For those with an undergraduate degree in law, the programme offers you the opportunity to develop a specialism that will set you apart from other graduates and help you to develop an exciting career in the EU criminal justice arena.
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