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Forensic Update No 122 October 2016

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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.

 

Contents

Editorial

Martin Fisher

Presentations

Working with the impact of trauma and adversity on personal distress and offending in a high secure setting: towards a high secure model of trauma informed care

Lawrence Jones - Reviewed by Cristiane Sena de Queiroz

Understanding punitive attitudes and judgements about sexual offenders

Craig Harper Symposium - Reviewed by Claire Dewar

Future directions in the treatment of sexual fantasies

Convenor: Anthony Beech - Reviewed by Sarah Linturn

Approaches to understanding stalking

Convenor: Simon Duff - Reviewed by Traci Tracy

Exploring the process of psychological risk assessment with indeterminate prisoners

Jo Shingler - Reviewed by Halcyon Smith

Policing sex crime intelligently: An intelligence-led approach

Mark Kebbell - Reviewed by Elizabeth Hill

Three oral presentations: Symposium

Chaired by Dr Siriol David - Reviewed by Emma Cawthorn

Understanding punitive attitudes and judgements about sexual offenders

Craig Harper Symposium - Reviewed by Louise Carter

Personality disorder, offending and psychological work in the National Probation Service

Convenor: Dr Julian Walker - Reviewed by Lúcia Cajada

Just how important is major mental illness in understanding violence and crime? Clarifying the nature and extent of the association

Professor Kevin Douglas - Reviewed by Michaela Sturgeon

Trauma-informed care in forensic settings

Lawrence Jones & Professor Peter Kinderman - Reviewed by Sally Lopresti

Understanding why some people commit violent crimes: A neurobiological understanding of risk factors leading to offending and implications for treatment

Professor Anthony Beech - Reviewed by Dr Oliver Field

Symposia: The Offender Personality Disorder Pathway; Aspiration and reality

Convener: Jake Shaw - Reviewed by Jane Roberts

Oral presentations

Chaired by Debbie Mcqueirns - Reviewed by Skye Chirape

Summary for revenge porn presentations

Reviewed by Leiya Lemkey

Book Reviews

Edited by Debbie McQueirns

 

Series: Forensic Update

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