The iIIRG-S is passionate about bringing its student members together and this can be achieved through the sharing of information and resources.
One of our aims is to provide useful information and advice to students with a shared interest in investigative interviewing. Below is a list of various resources, which is by no means exhaustive so if you have any information that you would like to add then please just let us know.
There are a number of universities across the world that are well-known for specialising in psychology and law. The list below is intended for undergraduate students and potential postgraduate students, who are looking for places to study/research within the field of investigative interviewing.
Related Websites & Databases
- American Psychology-Law Society
- Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
- International Association for Forensic and Correctional Psychology
- The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC)
- College of Policing
- Forensic Psychology
- All about Forensic Psychology
- How to Become a Forensic Psychologist
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- Legal Studies Master’s Degrees
- Law and Human Behavior
- Psychology, Public Policy, and Law
- Behavioral Sciences & the Law
- Criminal Justice and Behavior
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