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Dr Daryl Kenny is Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer for the BSc Professional Policing Degree. He joined the University in 2020.

Daryl has over thirty years of policing experience, five years as an armed officer in Toronto and twenty-six year in Staffordshire. Over the years he has undertaken a wide variety of mostly front-line policing roles with specialist secondments to the Home Office, the National Policing Improvement Agency and the College of Policing, Westminster. 

Whilst working full-time, Daryl has undertaken four consecutive degrees including a First Class BSc (Hons) Degree in 'Policing and Police Studies', an MSc (with Merit) in 'International Criminal Justice' and a Professional Doctorate in Criminal Justice.  


Kenny, D. (2019, September). Global Challenges and Policing. The European Atlantic Movement Newsletter. Access from the TEAMGlobal website https://www.teamglobal.org.uk/ 

Kenny, D. (2018). Frontline Supervision: A literature review. Intranet document. London: College of Policing. 

Kenny, D. (2017, April 12). Lightening the load: Strategies to reduce demand. Police Professional, 13-16.

Kenny, D. (2017, January 12). The case for reform. Police Professional, 19-20.

Kenny, D. (2016). A Force for Good: Exploring the future of non-crime policing. Doctoral thesis. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth.  

Kenny, D. (2016, September 22). The limits to policing. Police Professional, 14-17. 

Kenny, D. (2015, October 22). Lessons from the Past? Old answers to new questions. Police Professional, 23-25. 


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