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Mr Stephen John Moss

Profile summary

  • Central Academic Staff
  • Lecturer in Policing Organisation and Practice
  • The Faculty of Business and Law
  • The Open University Business School
  • Department for Public Leadership and Social Enterprise
  • stephen.moss

Professional biography

Stephen has been contributing to the field of policing education for over twenty years firstly as a national police trainer and quality manager within the police service but over the last decade within Higher Education. He joined the Open University in February 2019 and is the qualification lead for the new Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP) that the Open University is offering as part of the portfolio of policing programmes linked to the Police Education and Qualifications Framework (PEQF).

Stephen joined the Open University policing team from Liverpool John Moores University where he was Head of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes. Stephen has worked closely with Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) across the country and was Co-chair of the Higher Education Forum for Learning and Development in Policing between 2014 and 2018. Within this capacity he worked closely with the College of Policing contributing to the development of the PEQF and the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) curriculum.

Stephen is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Leadership Foundation (FHEL).

 

Research interests

Core to Stephen’s research interest is the interplay of various actors within teaching, learning and assessment and the impact that this has for the learning of a student.

Teaching interests

Policing:            Policing Culture and Police Organisation

                        Police Incidents - Initial Response

                        Investigative Interviewing

                        Intelligence

                        Evidence-based Practice

Education:        Work-based Learning

                        Student Motivations

                        Assessment for learning