|1.||Critically assess the causes and consequences of contemporary cross border crime|
|2.||Discuss international policies and advocate strategies to reduce cross border crime|
|3.||Critically evaluate the principles of extradition and the role of international investigative agencies.|
|4.||Deconstruct and analyse the various elements of cross-border criminal offences and justify the processes and institutions involved in enforcing the law|
|5.||Collaborate in teams to critically investigate and propose/present resolutions to complex 21st century problems to peers and non-specialist audiences|
|Presentation||Presentation on a selected topic (10 mins)||20%|
|Essay||Essay on selected topic||30%|
|Review||Peer Review of presentation||10%|
|Examination||2 hour examination||40%|
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