Making an Impact on Policing and Crime : Psychological Research, Policy and Practice Paperback / softback
Edited by Clifford (Keele University, UK) Stott, Ben (University of Oxford, UK) Bradford, Matthew Radburn, Leanne Savigar-Shaw
Part of the Routledge Psychological Impacts series
Making an Impact on Policing and Crime: Psychological Research, Policy and Practice applies a range of case studies and examples of psychological research by international, leading researchers to tackle real-world issues within the field of crime and policing. Making an Impact on Policing and Crime documents the application of cutting-edge research to real-world policing and explains how psychologists' insights have been adapted and developed to offer effective solutions across the criminal justice system.
The experts featured in this collection cover a range of psychological topics surrounding the field, including the prevention and reduction of sexual offending and reoffending, the use of CCTV and 'super-recognisers', forensic questioning of vulnerable witnesses, the accuracy of nonverbal and verbal lie detection interview techniques, psychological 'drivers' of political violence, theoretical models of police-community relations, and the social and political significance of urban 'riots'. This collection is a vital resource for practitioners in policing fields and the court system and professionals working with offenders, as well as students and researchers in related disciplines.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 234 pages, 1 Tables, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
- Publication Date: 20/10/2020
- Category: Crime & criminology
- ISBN: 9780815353577