Internet Sites Pertaining to Police and Criminal Psychology
The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology lists the following sites for the convenience of individuals using our site. We do not control the content within these sites and make no warranty concerning any information or services offered within any site listed below.
The site explores the effects of stress on law enforcement personal. It is written by society members Daniel A. Goldfarb , Ph.D., and Gary S. Aumiller, Ph.D.
The Police Psychological Services Section of the IACP acts as a resource to the Association on psychologically-related issues in assessment, counseling, consultation and operational assistance. The Section provides continuing education and training to the Association and its members to further ethical and empirically-based practices, and develops and maintains a set of current guidelines for the Association's members as a resource for commonly encountered police psychological activities.
International Assessment Services, Inc. (IAS) provides consultation, on-site response, and training to corporations and government agencies in the sensitive inquiries into difficult personnel situations involving unacceptable workplace behavior, threats, intimidation, harassment, issues of reasonable/unreasonable accommodation, and violent/potentially violent behavior in the workplace by employees, former employees, employee family members, or other third parties. Society Member and Society President Elect James T. Turner, Ph.D. is the President of IAS.
This portal was created as a result of a collaboration of seasoned, experienced crisis negotiators from across the state of California who recognized the serious need for this training and learning opportunity. Our combined experience of negotiations, team leadership and command totals more than a century of application and training development. True practitioners have produced what we know you will find useful and rewarding. Here, in our portal, you are allowed the opportunity to interactively dialogue with others who share our passion, share information about recent or active negotiation incidents, offer and receive training opportunities and much more.
The Teaching Corner was developed by Dr. Mike Aamodt at Radford University for faculty who teach courses in forensic and police psychology. This web is a service provided by the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology.