The iIIRG Annual Report 2016-2018 is now available in the members area of the website.
Nominations are invited for the vacancies of iIIRG Director and Co-director The iIIRG Executive Committee are seeking nominations for a new Director and Co-director to develop the iIIRG further as a unique network of professional interviewers dedicated to ethical interviewing worldwide. Applications from an already paired Director/Co-director partnership would be advantageous, however, individual applications are also welcome. Nominees must […]
International Survey on Interviewing Uncooperative Eyewitnesses *** CALL FOR POLICE RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS *** Some witnesses are uncooperative during the investigative interviews making it difficult for law enforcement agencies to gather complete and accurate information. Uncooperative witnesses are unwilling to be involved in the criminal investigation and refuse to provide valid information to aid the case. […]
The deadline for the iIIRG’s Networking Grant is the 28th September. If you are a member, apply now here: https://www.iiirg.org/networking-grants-application/
Please see the below request from one of our academic members: Dear members of iIIRG, We are looking for a police force in the UK to collaborate with on our project regarding interviewing of children. Simply put, our research targets situational conditions that police can apply to instantly improve evidence gathering from vulnerable interviewees. Such […]
The Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) invites submissions for its 13th Biennial meeting to be held in Brewster, Cape Cod, MA, USA, 6 – 9 June 2019. SARMAC welcomes submissions for papers, symposia, or posters in any area of applied research on memory and cognition (e.g., law, education, engineering, health/medicine, politics, marketing, […]
The iIIRG’s Networking Grant application process is now open! For more information and to apply click here.
The School of Psychology at Victoria University of Wellington is advertising for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology. The job closes 8 August, and further information is available by following the link below. The School is particularly interested in applications from researchers who also have some relevant practice experience – i.e. relevant clinical or forensic […]