Legal and Criminological Psychology
ISSN (printed): 1355-3259. ISSN (electronic): 2044-8333.
The Journal publishes original papers which advance professional and scientific knowledge in the field of legal and criminological psychology broadly defined. Theoretical, review and empirical studies in any of the following areas are welcomed: New legislation, Management of offenders, Crime prevention, Victimology, Mental health and the law, Impact of law on behaviour, Public attitudes to crime and the law, Policing and crime detection, Child and family issues, Legal decision making, Civil law procedures, Interviewing, Interrogation and testimony, Court processes, Disputes and litigation, Legal development and policy, Role of the expert witness, Sentencing and penology, Ethical issues, Assessment and treatment of criminal behaviour and Professional training.
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