Mr Jack Moss

NameMr Jack Moss
Job titleAssociate Lecturer in Policing
Research institute
Primary appointmentCentre for Policing
Contact categoryResearcher (past)



Jack has been at Middlesex University since 2022 and teaches on the degree apprenticeship Policing team focusing mainly on the degree-holder pathway.

Jack holds a master's degree in Forensic Psychology, a field from which he draws rich insights to inform his teaching. His background in front-line policing further enriches his perspective, sparking lively debates in the classroom among aspiring police officers. Having completed the post graduate certificate in policing previously, Jack is aware of the unique challenges involved for students and has a student-centred approach to teaching.

 During his Masters degree, Jack was deeply involved in a project focused on Organised Crime. This experience provided him with invaluable insights into the intricate structures of criminal organisations and the challenges they pose for law enforcement. Jack's ongoing commitment to sharing these insights with police students ensures that they are well-equipped to tackle the complexities of modern policing. His final project was on pupil dilation as a form of detecting deception in a forensic setting.

 Jack has worked on writing and developing chapters for Blackstone’s Handbook of Policing which allows him to present new and exciting research in the field of policing to students. Jack hopes to undertake a PhD in the near future.


Jack teaches across the Policing programme.

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