Society for Police and Criminal Psychology

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The  next meeting of the Society will be held in Atlanta, Georgia,
September 30 -- October 3, 2015. 

The conference will be held at the Georgian Terrace Hotel.  Presentation and poster proposals are now being accepted.  Make your hotel reservation at a special rate.  Conference registrations are now being accepted.  See our conference page for more details.

Recent Conferences

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.



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

Webinar on Law Enforcement Suicide and Divorce.  Mike Ammodt will present a one-hour webinar on police suicide and divorce on July 9 at 1 PM.  SPCP and IACP members are invited to participate at no cost.  More information

Title IX, VAWA and Threat Assessment Training is available from United Educators and EduRisk in Boston (July 28-29), Chicago (Oct 8-9) and Atlanta (Nov 3-4).  More information

SIGMA Advanced Threat Assessment training is available in Washington DC on June 23, July 17 and August 5.  More information

The Los Angles Police Department is seeking to fill two Police Psychologist I positions to provide services to sworn and civilian members of the LAPD.  For an applicant package contact Autumn Fernandez (213 486-4660).

Marymount University in Arlington, VA, seeks a continuing instructor, visiting faculty or postdoctoral teaching fellow for its MA in Forensic and Legal Psychology program.  More information

The International Academy of Investigative Psychology will conduct their annual conference on July 22-23 in London, England.  More information

Internship Expansion.  The American Psychological Association (APA) has allocated $3 million over 3 years to expand the number of accredited internship positions.  This is a great opportunity to expand training in police and public safety psychology.  More information

Jack Kitaeff, a long-time member of SPCP, has been nominated for the position of president-elect of the American Psychological Association.  More information





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