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   Forensic Psychology - The field of psychology concerned with the application of psychological knowledge and principles to legal issues.

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Forensic Psychiatry Resources - Links to sites of general forensic interest, forensic science organizations, forensic science journals, colleges/universities with forensic programs, job opportunities, forensic science laboratories. 4/5
Forensic Psychology and Psychological Evaluations for Criminal Court - This page formerly provided information about Forensic Psychology, but Psychology Information Online has been expanded and revised. 3/5
Forensic Psychology & Psychiatry Chat Machine - Forensic Psychology & Psychiatry Chat Machine where people can 'talk' to each other on Forensic Topics 3/5
Forensic Psychiatry Resources - Myron Pulier has compiled a list of Forensic Mental Health Resources. 4/5
Forensic Society - The - A UK Resource. 4/5
GeneClinics: Clinical Genetic Information Resource 5/5
GeneTests Home Page - Free resource including laboratory directory, genetics and prenatal diagnosis clinic directory, and introduction to genetic counseling. 4/5
Genetic DNA Testing and Genetic Screening - National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature. 4/5
Inside the Mind: Criminal Psychology - The site provides original articles and information available nowhere else!    3/5
Institute of Mental Health Law - UK  2/5
Institute for Forensic Psychology - Gary L. Fischler & Assoc. - A Psychology Resource for Legal, Rehabilitation, Mental Health, and Medical Professionals. We offer a wide array of psychological testing and consultation services. Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive, fair, and accurate information possible for organizations and individuals.  Please visit those pages that appeal to your specialized interests and needs. 4/5
Internet Sites Pertaining to Police and Criminal Psychology 3/5
Investigative Psychology - Research currently at the Centre for Investigative Psychology at the University of Liverpool. This includes criminal behaviour, police investigations and apprehension of criminals. 3/5

Labelling Theory - Labelling theory Labelling theory accords well with radical criminology as it sees criminal behaviour as being defined by society. People without power are labelled by those with power (for example judges, parents, police and, teachers, etc.)  3/5
Links to Forensic Psychology Sites - A good links page. 2/5
National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) - Press releases, statistics and publication listings of several Criminal Justice agencies, including: National Institute of Justice; Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention; Office for Victims of Crime; Bureau of Justice Statistics; Bureau of Justice Assistance; and the Office of Justice Programs   4/5
Paul Cousins - Forensic Clinical Psychologist UK - 2/5

Physical Attractiveness and Criminal Behavior / Encyclopedia of Criminology - Physical Attractiveness and Criminal Behavior Physical unattractiveness, deformity, and disfigurement have been associated with evil since antiquity.  3/5
Police and Criminal Psychology Contacts - The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology is an eclectic organization that encourages the scientific study of the criminal justice system and the application of scientific knowledge to problems in criminal justice. It focuses on the law enforcement, the judicial, and the corrections elements in criminal justice. Members of the Society examine and study the full range of human behaviours, motivations, and actions within the framework of the criminal justice system, including causation of crime, victimization, and organizational influences. 3/5
Police Psychology - The Heavey Badge -  When you decided to become an officer, you knew of the danger on the street. It is a physical danger that you face everyday, a tangible danger for which you are trained to respond. But no one told you about the other dangers that you face. No one trained you for the stress of the job. No one told you about the high divorce rate, the high alcoholism rate, the high rate of physical illness and the high rate of suicide. No one told you of the scrutiny that you'd face everyday from the community and even from your own peers in internal affairs. No one told you about the difficulty maintaining a life on the streets and a meaningful relationship with your family. Effects of Stress on Law Enforcement Officers and their families 2/5
Stalker Types and Motives - One of the first objectives when managing a stalking case is to identify the type of stalker.   This means placing the stalker into one of the six categories as defined in security protocol SP0899. 3/5
The Stanford Prison Experiment: A Simulation Study of the Psychology of ImprisonmentWelcome to the Stanford Prison Experiment web site, which features an extensive slide show and information about this classic psychology experiment. What happens when you put good people in an evil place? Does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? These are some of the questions we posed in this dramatic simulation of prison life conducted in the summer of 1971 at Stanford University. 4/5
The Society for the Prevention of Infanticide (SPI) - The mission of the Society for the Prevention of Infanticide (SPI) is to educate the public about the historical and current custom of infanticide and to promote its prevention through continued research and scholarship.3/5
Zeno’s Forensic Psychology -  An ecellent website with many interesting links. 3/5
Books, Publications & References

Eye Witness Testimony - How important is eyewitness testimony? Lord Devlin report (1977) 2000 identification parades. 45% of cases someone picked out 82% of those were convicted. In 347 cases eyewitness testimony was the ONLY evidence 74% of these were convicted. 2/5
Eyewitness Testimony: The Act of Telling About an Event Previously Observed, Usually a Criminal Event  2/5
Health Information Library - Kleptomania 4/5
Seduction of the Innocent - After seven years of research on children and adolescents diagnosed as "juvenile delinquents," psychiatrist Wertham concluded that crime comic books (mysteries, thrillers, horror, and police stories) are a harmful influence on young minds. In fourteen chapters, rife with the logic of comparison from the adult world, he analysed the problem literature, its artwork, its advertising, and the so-called "educational messages" it contained. 3/5
Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners - UN 3/5
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics - SUNY University at Albany - Project of the Hindelang Criminal Justice Research Center, SUNY Albany, to provide online access to the authoritative reference book and database of the same name. Search or browse by chapter the 653 tables, compiled from over 100 sources. Files are conveniently describd both by content and file length, though note that all files require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the text and data in PDF format. 5/5
Treating Denying Sexual Offenders 3/5
What is Criminal Profiling? 3/5

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