Society for Police and Criminal Psychology


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SPCP in San Diego!  The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology will be held in beautiful San Diego, California,September 13-16, 2017 at the Doubletree by Hilton San Diego Downtown, More information

Congratulations New SPCP Diplomates! 

SPCP is pleased to announce the appointment of four new diplomates: Dr. Scott W. Stubenrauch, Dr. Douglas Craig, Dr. Thomas R. Campion and Dr. Troy J. Rodgers.  These individuals are pictured above with Diplomate Committee Director, Dr. James Herndon.

Conference in Austin, Texas.  The 42nd meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, September 25 through September 28 was a tremendous success!   Conference Program  More information

The Asian Conference of Criminal and Operations Psychology (ACCOP) was wonderful!  More information  

Recent Conferences

The 41st annual meeting of the Society was held in Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - October 3, 2015. Conference Program

The 40th annual meeting of the Society was held in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 17-20, 2014. Conference Program

The 39th annual meeting of the Society held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 25-28, 2013 was wonderful.  Conference Program

The 2013 Asian Conference on Criminal and Operations Psychology (ACCOP) was a tremendous success.  More Information  

The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology is an international organization that welcomes as members all professionals and students interested in our field.

 

 New Guidelines

Education and Training Guidelines for the Specialty of Police and Public Safety Psychology have been published in Traning and Education in Professional Psychology.  These guidelines were developed by the Council of Organizations in Police Psychology (COPP).  SPCP is a member of COPP.   More information

Announcements

If you, or someone you know, has been the recipient of an SPCP Award (e.g., Shaffer, Hatcher, Kimbrough, Gupton, or Mullins), please forward the pertinent information to Dr. James Herndon, who is attempting to reconstruct, update, and verify all such awards given to date.  Provide year of award, name of award, name of recipient(s), and title of presentation or poster.  Send to DrJHerndon@aol.com

The City of Austin is seeking a full-time Psychologist for the Austin Fire Department and Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services.  More information

Many position openings for license-eligible Forensic Psychologists are now available in the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Search for the keyword "Forensic Psychologist" in Team Georgia Careers.

The WAVR-21 is now available.  This is an instrument for assessing risk of violence in the workplace by Drs. Stephen White and Reid Meloy.  More information

Inside Police Psychology is a new blog by Gary Aumiller, Ph.D., ABPP.  More information     

The Los Angeles Police Department, Behavioral Science Services, is seeking to fill two Police Psychologist I positions to provide psychological services to the sworn and civilian members of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). More information

Carlton University in Ottawa, Canada is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Forensic Psychology and Quantitative Methods to begin July 1, 2017.  More information

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is currently accepting applications for Law Enforcement Psychologists ($7531.27-$10,299.73 monthly) to provide psychological counseling, teaching and training, and organizational consultation services within LASD.  For additional information contact:  Steve Sultan, Ph.D., ABPP, Director, Psychological Services Bureau, LASD, at sesultan@lasd.org .

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities is seeking candidates for several Forensic Psychology positions.  More information

 

 

 

 

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