Posts filed under: Laurence J. Alison

Pragmatic solutions to offender profiling and behavioural investigative advice

Alison, L.J., Goodwill, A.M., Almond, L., van den Heuvel, C. & Winter, J. (2010). Pragmatic solutions to offender profiling and behavioural investigative advice. Legal & Criminological Psychology, 15, 115-132. | Link to article in Legal & Criminological Psychology | Abstract  This...
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The Forensic Psychologist’s Casebook

Alison, L.J. (ed.) (2005). The Forensic Psychologist’s Casebook. New York, Routledge. | Find it via amazon.com | This book aims to demonstrate how forensic psychology contributes to police investigations, providing practical information about the type of reports provided by psychologists and behavioural...
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Professionalizing Offender Profiling

Alison, L.J. & Rainbow, L. (eds) (2011). Professionalizing Offender Profiling. London, Routledge. | Find it via Amazon | Offender profiling is now viewed as an integral part of serious crime investigations by many law enforcement agencies across the world and...
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An evaluation of claims made in Behavioural Investigative Advice reports

Almond, L., Alison, L. & Porter, L. (2008). An evaluation and comparison of claims made in Behavioural Investigative Advice reports compiled by the National Policing Improvements Agency in the United Kingdom. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 4,  71-83.  ...
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Using immersive simulated learning environments for researching critical incidents

Alison, L., van den Heuvel, C., Waring, S., Power, N., Long, A., O’Hara, T. & Crego, J. (2012). Using immersive simulated learning environments (ISLEs) for researching critical incidents: A knowledge synthesis of the literature and experiences of studying high risk...
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The impact of accountability in crisis negotiations

Waring, K., Alison, L., Cunningham, S., & Whitfield, K. (2013). The impact of accountability on motivational goals and the quality of advice provided in crisis negotiations. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 19(2), 137-150. doi: 10.1037/a0030629. | Link to article in Psychology, Public Policy,...
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Prioritising suspects in burglary offences

Goodwill, A.M. & Alison, L.J. (2006). The development of a filter model for prioritising suspects in burglary offences. Psychology, Crime and Law, 12(4), 395-416. | Link to article in Psychology, Crime and Law | | Download the Pre-Publication Manuscript (PPM) version of the article...
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When is profiling possible?

Goodwill, A.M. & Alison, L.J. (2007). When is Profiling Possible? Offence planning and aggression as moderators in predicting offender age from victim age in stranger rape. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 25, 823-840. | Link to article in Behavioural Sciences...
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Multidimensional Scaling: A Reply to Sturidsson et al.(2006)

Goodwill, A.M., Alison, L.J. & Humann, M. (2009). Multidimensional Scaling and the analysis of sexual offence behaviour: A Reply to Sturidsson et al. Psychology, Crime & Law, 15, 517-524. | Link to article in Psychology, Crime & Law | | Download...
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What works in offender profiling?

Goodwill, A.M., Alison, L.J. & Beech, A.R. (2009). What works in Offender Profiling? A comparison of typological, thematic and multivariate models in stranger rape. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 27, 507-529. | Link to article in Behavioural Sciences and the...
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