Mr Stewart Frost


Mr Stewart Frost
NameMr Stewart Frost
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Policing (Practice)
Research institute
Primary appointmentCentre for Policing
Email addressS.M.Frost@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0413-3831
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

After spending several years as a police practitioner for the Metropolitan Police Service, Stewart transitioned into a role in academia to continue working alongside police officers and to support their development. Since joining Middlesex, Stewart has sat at the helm of the DHEP and Detective DHEP (Graduate Diplomas) within the PEQF programme, as their programme leader. Now a senior lecturer, Stewart has attained SFHEA status with Advance HE and has now embarked on a doctoral pathway.

Stewart fully appreciates the relative struggles of combining full-time work with part-time study, having attained his first degree, as a mature student, whilst training and working for the Police. Since then, Stewart has continued learning, in a part-time capacity, attaining two Masters qualifications in English and in Education, the latter with distinction.

Teaching

Stewart promotes student-centric approaches to teaching and has their best interests at the heart of anything he does. Stewart is a progressive practitioner, capable and competent as an educator and is a passionate advocate of teaching innovations. Teaching and learning specialisms include eliciting tangible leads and supporting knowledge into action transfer, especially via innovative practice, in supporting law enforcement practitioners. Stewart works as part of a consortium of four HEI’s delivering working alongside police forces partners. His strong rapport with these partners, influence and shape those bonds which ensure a shared vision and engaged officers who value HE learning.

Programme Leader for the Graduate Diploma Professional Policing Practice and the Graduate Diploma Professional Policing Practice (Detective) programmes.

CRM3610 Policing, Law, Policy, Practice

CRM3611 Policing in Context

CRM3612 Communities, Intelligence and Information

CRM3613 Ethics and the Policing Professional

CRM3614 Advanced Policing Skills

CRM3615 Policing in Practice: Response Policing

CRM3616 Policing in Practice: Community Policing

CRM3619 Policing in Practice: Investigations

Employment

Senior Lecturer Policing Practice
Middlesex University
04 May 2020
Police Officer
Metropolitan Police Service
06 Jan 2014
01 May 2020
Police Community Support Officer
Metropolitan Police Service
08 Oct 2012
03 Jan 2014

Education and qualifications

PhD researcher - Policing Education

Currently studying towards. Sept 23 onwards.

Middlesex University
MEd Education (Leadership and Management)
30 Sept 2022
The Open University
MA English
30 Sept 2019
The Open University
BA (Hons) Humanities (with Literature)
30 Sept 2016
The Open University

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)

2023-07-12

Advanced HE

External activities

External Examiner for A.R.U.
External examiner
Anglia Ruskin University

External examiner for their policing apprenticeship programmes.

https://www.aru.ac.uk/study/subject-areas/policing
03 Nov 2023

Research outputs

Police responses to cyberstalking during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK

Martellozzo, E., Bleakley, P., Bradbury, P., Frost, S. and Short, E. 2022. Police responses to cyberstalking during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles. https://doi.org/10.1177/0032258X221113452

Frontline response: exploring the impact of COVID‐19 on stalking behaviours

Short, E., Bradbury, P., Martellozzo, E., Frost, S. and Bleakley, P. 2022. Frontline response: exploring the impact of COVID‐19 on stalking behaviours. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 37 (3), pp. 540-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11896-022-09514-w

The right tool for the job: evaluating police experiences of a pilot tool for responding to stalking

Bleakley, P., Frost, S., Bradbury, P., Short, E. and Martellozzo, E. 2022. The right tool for the job: evaluating police experiences of a pilot tool for responding to stalking. Policing: a journal of policy and practice. https://doi.org/10.1093/police/paac022
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