Society for Police and Criminal Psychology


Books By SPCP Members

Curran, Stephen F. (2020). Busted!  Police and Public Safety Ethical Decision-Making: What Psychologists, Mental Health Professionals and LE Professionals Need to Know. 
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McMains, Michael J., Mullins, Wayman C., & Young, Andrew T.  (2020) Crisis Negotiations: Managing Critical Incidents and Hostage Situations in Law Enforcement and Corrections.  More information

David M. Corey & Mark Zelig (2020). Evaluations of Police Suitability and Fitness for Duty. More information

Laurence Miller (2020). The Psychology of Police Deadly Force Encounters: Science Practice and PolicyMore information

Alexis Artwhol & Loren W. Christensen (2019). Deadly Force Encounters: Cops & Citizens Defending Themselves and Others (2nd Edition) More information

Stephanie M. Conn (2018). Increasing Resilience in Police and Emergency Personnel.  More information

David M. Corey & Yossef S. Ben-Porath (2018). Assessing Police and Other Public Safety Personnel Using the MMPI-RF.  More information

Ellen Kirschman (2018).  I Love a Cop: Third Edition: What Police Families Need to Know. More Information

Ellen Kirschman, Mark Kamena, & Joel Fay (2015). Counseling Cops: What Clinicians Need to Know. More Information

Laurence Miller (2015).  PTSD and Forensic Psychology: Applications to Civic and Criminal Law.  More information

Sharon M. Freeman Clevenger, Laurence Miller, Bret A. Moore, & Arthur Freeman (2014).  Beyond the Badge.  More information

Laurence Miller (2012).  Criminal Psychology: Nature, Nurture, Culture.  More information

Jack Kitaeff (2011).  Handbook of Police Psychology. More information

The books listed above are all by active members of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology.  Members are welcome send images and links for their recent books to JoAnne Brewster (brewstja@jmu.edu) and we will add them to this page. 

 

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