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Forensic Update, a publication of the Division of Forensic Psychology. Aims to communicate current information on professional and practice matters to practitioners and researchers, and to act as a forum for discussion and debate.
Emily Glorney & Rachel Worthington
Notes from the Chair
Patient and staff experience of a ward-based risk management system
Clive G. Long, Katina Anagnostakis, Ellen Banyard, Pheon Silaule & Olga Dolley
Does the Thinking Skills Programme have a positive effect on prison behaviour?
The effects of eye-closure and rapport building on eyewitness recall
Short-term effects of video game violence on aggression levels: Using Kinect Motion-Sensing Technology
Extended induction: Investigating the value of peer-led programmes in prison (An evaluation of the Trust programme at HMP/YOI E)
An exploration of the characteristics of children and young people who display sexually harmful behaviour and application of the Integrated Theory of Sexual Offending
Assessing organisational culture/climate re: police custody personnel health and well-being - an exploratory study
DFP Annual Conference 2013 reviews
Meta-analysis in action
A Trainee Forensic Psychologist's view of the conference
Keynote lecture: The indefensible psychology of punishment. Professor Shadd Maruna, Queen's University Belfast. Prisons: An expensive way of making criminals worse
Keynote lecture: Deliberate firesetting: Developments in theory, research, and practice. Professor Teresa Gannon, University of Kent.
Two papers on violence
Individual paper review: Therapeutic Alliance: Wearing two hats as a prison officer
Individual paper review: Perceptions of female stalking
Edited by Debbie McQueirns