Coordinating Police Research and Police Higher Education

The Purpose of the Centre for Police Research

The purpose of the Center for Police Research is to make use of the complete university's possibilities to co-ordinate police research and police higher education in an endeavor to become a national knowledge partner and an internationally leading research node in the areas of police research and police-relevant research.


There are a number of masters courses taught at Uppsala University's Student Portal which are of relevance to police research. See in particular:

Recent Publications

  • Cameron, Iain

    Etikprövning av rättsdogmatisk forskning

    Part of Förvaltningsrättslig Tidskrift, p. 31-47, 2019.

  • Cameron, Iain

    Russian constitutional law and judgments of the European Court of Human

    Part of Forward! – Bперёд! – Framåt!, p. 57-68, 2019.

  • Cameron, Iain

    The Problem of Oversight

    Part of Intelligence Law and Policies in Europe: A Handbook, 2019.

  • Cameron, Iain

    An Introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights

    Iustus förlag, 2018.

  • Jonsson Cornell, Anna; Cameron, Iain

    Terroristbrott - en översikt

    Part of Svensk Juristtidning, p. 709-734, 2017.

  • Cameron, Iain

    Access to Telecommunications Data in Sweden

    Part of Access to Telecommunication Data in Criminal Justice, p. 611-646, 2016.

  • Cameron, Iain

    EU anti-terrorist sanctions

    Part of Research Handbook in EU Criminal Law, 2016.

  • Cameron, Iain

    Freedom of Religion and Competing Human Rights Systems

    Part of Freedom of Religion in the 21st Century, p. 26-51, 2016.

  • Cameron, Iain

    Mass surveillance - Who is watching the watchers?: The Democratic Oversight of Signals Intelligence Agencies, in

    Council of Europe Publishing, 2016.

  • Cameron, Iain; Hirschfeldt, Johan

    Om Venedigkommissionen — uppdrag, arbetssätt och resultat

    Part of Svensk juristtidning, p. 403-415, 2016.