Society for Police and Criminal Psychology


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The 42nd meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology will be held from SUNDAY, September 25 through WEDNESDAY, September 28 in Austin Texas.   

Conference registration, annual banquet, and hotel reservation information is now available. 

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The Asian Conference of Criminal and Operations Psychology (ACCOP) was a tremendous success!  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.

 

 In Memoriam

We are sorry to report the death of Dr. Lorraine Williams Greene on February 25, 2016. She will be missed both professionally and personally.  More information

Announcements

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

Evidence-Based Report Writing Using the MMPI-2RF is the subject of a workshop on September 9 in Anaheim, CA.  This workshop is California POST approved and CEU credits are available.  More information

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

The Right Wrong Thing, a new book from SPCP member Ellen Kirschman is now available.  More information

Riverside County California is seeking a full-time Pre-Employment Law Enforcement Psychologist.  More information 

 

 

 

 

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