Wynne Jones

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Mr Wynne Jones Cert Terrorism Studies, PGCE, PGDip, Mlitt

Senior Lecturer - Public Services

Tel: 01792 481694
E-mail: wynne.jones@uwtsd.ac.uk

Lecturing students at levels 4, 5 and 6 in variety of Public Service modules.  

In a policing career spanning thirty years, Wynne has extensive experience of working within operational policing at local, regional, national and international levels. This experience includes working at ‘front line’ uniformed police duties, investigating serious crime such as rape, murder and the illicit supply of narcotics and in a variety of counter terrorism roles.

Wynne formed part of the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command between 1997 and 2004, a period of note as ‘terrorism’ and its investigation moved from a focus on the activities of terrorist groups in Northern Ireland and the UK to the global threat posed by Al Qaida.

In 2010 Wynne completed his Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Swansea Metropolitan University and in 2012 Wynne completed his Mlitt in Terrorism Studies at the University of St Andrews, Fife. Wynne has previously performed the role of guest lecturer at both Swansea and Swansea Metropolitan Universities and, following his retirement from the police service performed the role of regional police trainer in Counter Terrorism. His research interests include the application and impact of terrorism legislation both in the United Kingdom and globally and the threats posed by cyberterrorism in the 21st century. Wynne is a member of the Swansea University ‘Cyber Terrorism Project’ and provides practical contributions to the global investigation of terrorism in the 21st Century. 

Teaching areas: Terrorism and Public Service Responses, Emerging Issues in Public Service Management and Governance, Management of Resources in Public Service, Organisational Leadership and Management, Operational Policing.

Supervision of Research Projects at level 6

  • Impact of application of Counter Terrorism legislation on communities.
  • Policing Issues generally.