Over the last two decades Forensic Psychology has had a considerable impact upon the practice of investigative interviewing. From the initial work of Baldwin (1992, 1993) that identified considerable problems in police interview practices, forensic psychology has helped shape and develop the field, transforming the way in which investigators carry out interviews. This special issue of the British Journal of Forensic Practice will explore the role of forensic psychology in the development of investigative interviewing. The aim of this collection of articles will be to examine the application of theory and research on investigative interviewing to real life practice.
|Journal||The British Journal of Forensic Practice|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|