Issues in Forensic Psychology
Published by the British Psychological Society's Division of Forensic Psychology. Issues is a book series affiliated to the Division of Forensic Psychology and published through Routledge.
Series editor: Richard Shuker.
Find more info about the Issues in Forensic Psychology Editorial team here.
The publication aims:
To promote and publish the work of forensic psychologists and other associated forensic professionals through the production of a high-standard edited book series, in order to provide critical analysis on current issues.
The Series aims to publish an edition annually. All book proposals should be submitted to the series editor and will be sent out for peer review.
£7 per copy from the Society's Leicester office. A free copy has been sent to all DFP members.
Historically, Issues in Forensic Psychology was a bi-annual series of papers presenting current research and practice on selected themes in forensic Psychology. Issues are free to all members of the Division of Forensic Psychology. Additional copies are available at a cost of £7 per issue including postage and packaging (within the UK). If you would like to obtain copies of current or previous issues, please contact the following department: The Subsystems Department, The British Psychological Society, St Andrews House, 48 Princess Road East, Leicester, LE1 7DR.