Bodmin Jail is working closely with Plymouth University to present well structured, informational, fun & factual learning for students and visitors of all ages.
A multi-disciplinary and well-connected school with solid teaching and research strengths in law, criminology and criminal justice, policing, politics, international relations, sociology and social policy. Primary objective is to provide students with a quality learning experience both within and outside the taught curriculum, helping them to transform their lives and realise their ambitions. Providing a supportive environment created for students, whether in the classroom or outside, and particularly in partnership with student societies.
The Institute for Social, Policy and Enterprise Research (iSPER) brings together academics from across the University of Plymouth and supports them in delivering high quality and impactful social, enterprise and policy research. Working to promote collaboration with academics from other institutions, as well as stakeholders outside the academic community, at a regional, national and international level.
Cornerstone Heritage is a cultural heritage research group and hub for researchers in different disciplines to exchange ideas and develop new projects. Members are drawn from architecture, design, digital media, geography, history, law, music, tourism, theatre & performance, and underwater archaeology. Work ranges from knowledge transfer projects with community & schools groups to the in-depth physical investigation of historic buildings, landscape surveys, oral history, criminal and legal history projects, site-related performances, cataloguing archive & library collections, historic building conservation, heritage strategy consultancy, and the development of interpretation materials for historic sites including digital and new media platforms.