Monthly Archives: June 2017

Call for police officers to take part in research

Please see details of some exciting research taking place at the University of Portsmouth below:

Researchers at the Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth (United Kingdom), are recruiting now for a research study on police officer’s perceptions and beliefs regarding alibi information provided by suspects during interviews. We are interested in your perceptions of different types of alibi information and how you assess the believability of that information.

To take part in this research you should be a police officer who has experience of at least six months in the investigative interviewing of suspects.

You will be asked to complete a short online questionnaire which will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

None of the questions request information about current or specific cases or suspects.

If you are interested in taking part in this study, please open the survey using this link:
https://portsmouthpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6gGRQMzNwI0Ufxr

Your contribution to this research will be very much appreciated.
For further information, please contact the Principal Investigator (Shiri Portnoy) directly by email: shiri.portnoy@port.ac.uk

Thank you very much in advance!