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Forensic psychology conference at Kent

Over 200 forensic psychology professionals are to gather at the University of Kent for the British Psychological Society’s Division of Forensic Psychology’s 2010 Annual Conference between 22 and 25 June. The event, which takes place at the Canterbury campus, will cover various elements of the latest forensic research and its application in forensic settings.

The conference aims to reflect the eclectic nature of the Division of Forensic Psychology and embrace the many areas of research and practice of interest to the Division, as well as supporting the importance of networking to enhance multi-disciplinary/agency working. Hosted by the School of Psychology at the University of Kent, the conference will cover a range of themes including sexual offenders, aggression, domestic violence, arson, legal processes, terrorism and rehabilitation issues.

The conference is of particular interest to psychologists, psychiatrists, solicitors, barristers, police, social workers, academics, researchers and students. Keynote speakers include Supervisory Special Agent Andrew Bringuel, from the USA’s FBI Academy. Further details at


Story published at 11:07am 22 June 2010

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