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Research publications

Research at Derby combines creative thinking with practical application, and it contributes to developments on a regional, national and international level.

The following provides an indicative list of academic staff publications from 2010 to the present, and the list will be updated on a periodic basis.

Mr Scott Atkins

  • Atkins, S. (February 2013, Forthcoming) “Insights into Trust Law: The Channel Islands and Beyond”. Jersey and Guernsey Law Review, 17(1).
  • Atkins, S. (March 2013, In Press) Equity and Trusts. London: Routledge-Cavendish. 

Professor Ray Bull

  • Paulo, R., Albuquerque, P., & Bull, R.  (2015). The Enhanced Cognitive Interview: Testing appropriateness perception, memory capacity, and estimate relation with rapport quality. Applied Cognitive Psychology.
  • Walsh, D., & Bull, R.  (In press).  The association between interview skills, questioning and evidence disclosure strategies, and interview outcomes.  Psychology, Crime and Law.
  • Sleath E., & Bull, R. (2015). Comparing rape myth acceptance: Differences between psychology students, law students, and police officers.  Violence and Victims, 30, 136-147.
  • Burrell, A., Bull, R., Bond, J., & Herrington, G.  (In press).  Testing the impact of group offending on behavioural similarity in serial robbery.  Psychology, Crime and Law.
  • Clancy, D., & Bull, R.  (In press). The effect on mock juror decision making of power of speech within eyewitness testimony and types of scientific evidence.  Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
  • Paulo, R., Albuquerque, P., & Bull, R.  (2013). The Enhanced Cognitive Interview: Towards a better use and understanding of this procedure.  International Journal of Police Science and Management, 15, 190–199.
  • Bull, R.  (2013). What is ‘believed’ or actually ‘known’ about characteristics that may contribute to being a good/effective interviewer?  Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice, 5, 128-143.
  • Bull, R.  (In press).  The impact of personal expectations and biases in preparing expert testimony. In R. Sternberg and S. Tufts Fiske (Eds.)  Ethical principles, case studies, and commentaries for the behavioral and brain sciences. New York; Cambridge University Press.
  • Bull, R.  (2014).  When in interviews to disclose information to suspects and to challenge them?  In R. Bull (Ed.) Investigative interviewing.  New York: Springer.
  • Davies, G., Bull, R., & Milne, R.  (In press).  Analysing and improving the testimony of vulnerable witnesses interviewed under the ‘Achieving best evidence’ protocol.  In  P. Radcliffe, A. Heaton-Armstrong, G. Gudjonsson, and D. Wolchover (Eds.) Witness testimony in sexual cases. Investigation, law and procedure. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Chan, S., & Bull, R.  (In press).   The effect of co-offender planning on verbal deception. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
  • Smith, L., & Bull, R.  (In press). Exploring the disclosure of forensic evidence in police interviews with suspects. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
  • Horry, R., Halford, P., Brewer, N., Milne, R., & Bull, R.  (In press). Archival analyses of eyewitness identification test outcomes: What can they tell us about eyewitness memory? Law and Human Behavior.
  • Lingwood, J., & Bull, R.  (2013). Interviewing young adolescent suspects: When to reveal incriminating information? The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, 5, 141-146.
  • Burrell, A., & Bull, R.  (In press).  Linking personal robbery offences using offender behaviour.  Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling.
  • Dando, C., Bull, R., Ormerod, T., & Sandham, A.  (In press).  Helping to sort the liars from the truth-tellers: The gradual revelation of information during investigative interviews.  Legal and Criminological Psychology.
  • Davies, K., Tonkin, M., Bull, R., & Bond, J.  (In press).  'The course of case linkage never did run smooth: A new investigation to tackle the behavioural changes in serial car theft'.  Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling.
  • Brownsell, A., and Bull, R. (In press).  Magistrates’ beliefs concerning verbal and non-verbal behaviours as indicators of deception. European Journal of Psychology in Legal Contexts.
  • Bull, R. (Ed.) (2011). Forensic psychology – a four volume set of readings. London: Sage.
  • Burrell, A. and Bull, R. (2011). A preliminary examination of crime analysts’ views and experiences of comparative case analysis. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 13, 5-12.
  • Clarke, C., Milne, R., and Bull, R. (2011).  Interviewing suspects of crime: The impact of PEACE training, supervision, and the presence of a supervisor. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 149-162.
  • Dando, C., and Bull, R. (2011). Maximising opportunities to detect verbal deception: Training police officers to interview tactically.  Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 189-202.
  • Drake, K. and Bull, R. (In press). Individual differences in interrogative suggestibility: Life adversity and field-dependence.   Psychology, Crime and Law.
  • Fisher, R., Milne, R., & Bull, R. (2011). Interviewing cooperative witnesses. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 20, 16-19.
  • Holliday, R., Humphries, J., Milne, R., Memon, A., Houlder, L., Lyons, A., & Bull, R. (In press). Reducing misinformation effects in older witnesses with Cognitive Interview mnemonics.  Psychology & Aging.
  • Hunt, L., and Bull, R. (In press). Differentiating genuine and false rape allegations. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
  • Sleath, E., and Bull, R., (In press). Comparing rape victim and perpetrator blaming in a police officer sample: Difference between specially trained and non-trained officers.  Criminal Justice and Behavior.
  • Smith, L. and Bull, R. (In press). Identifying and measuring juror pre-trial bias for forensic evidence:  Development and validation of the Forensic Evidence Evaluation Bias Scale.  Psychology, Crime and Law.
  • Smith, L., Bull, R., and Holliday, R. (In press). Understanding juror perceptions of forensic evidence: Investigating the impact of case context.  Journal of Forensic Sciences.
  • Tonkin, M., Bull, R., Woodhams, J., and Palmer, E. (In press). Linking different types of crime using geographical and temporal proximity.  Criminal Justice and Behavior.
  • Tonkin, M., Bull, R., and Santtila, P. (In press). The linking of burglary crimes using offender behavior: Testing research cross-nationally and exploring methodology.  Legal and Criminological Psychology.
  • Wilcock, R. and Bull, R. (In press). Novel lineup methods for improving the performance of older eyewitnesses.  Applied Cognitive Psychology.
  • Woodhams, J., Hollin, C., Bull, R. and Cooke, C. (In press). Behavior displayed by female victims during rapes committed by lone and multiple perpetrators.  Psychology, Public Policy and Law.
  • Bull, R. (2010). The investigative interviewing of children and other vulnerable witnesses: Psychological research and working/professional practice. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 15, 5-23.
  • Bull, R. and Soukara, S. (2010). A set of studies of what really happens in police interviews with suspects. In G. D. Lassiter and C. Meissner (Eds.) Interrogations and confessions. Washington: American Psychological Association.

Ms Lisa Cherkassky

  • Cherkassky, L. Genocide: Punishing a Moral Wrong [2009] International Criminal Law Review, (9) 301-319.
  • Cherkassky, L. Does the U.S. do it better? A comparative analysis of liver allocation protocols in the United Kingdom and the United States. [2011] Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, vol.20(3).
  • Cherkassky, L. The Secret World of Liver Transplant Candidate Assessment, [2011] Medical Law International, vol.11(2).
  • Cherkassky, L. A Fair Trial? The Assessment of Liver Transplant Candidates with Psychiatric Illnesses, [2011] Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol.37(12), 739-742.

Dr David Hicks

  • Gabor, T., Kiedrowski, J., Hicks, D.C., Levi, M., Goldstock, R., Melchers, R., Stregger, E., and Lawrenson, C. (2011) Economic Sectors Vulnerable to Organized Crime: Construction (Report No. R-027), Ottawa: Public Safety Canada (PSC).  ISBN 978-1-100-19973-3
  • Hicks, D.C. (2012) “The History of Money Laundering”, in M.E. Beare (ed.) Encyclopedia of Transnational Crime and Justice, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage. ISBN: 9781412990776
  • Hicks, D.C. (2012) “Money Laundering, Vulnerable Commodities and Services”, in M.E. Beare (ed.) Encyclopedia of Transnational Crime and Justice, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage. ISBN: 9781412990776
  • Hicks, D.C., and Graycar, A. (2011) “Money Laundering”, in  M. Natarajan (ed.) International Crime and Justice, New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 171-177.  ISBN 978-0-521-19619-2
  • Hicks, D.C., Kiedrowski, J., Levi, M., and Melchers, R.  (2011) Economic Sectors Vulnerable to Organized Crime: Securities (Report No. R-026), Ottawa: Public Safety Canada (PSC). ISBN 978-1-100-19971-9
  • Hicks, D.C.  (2010) “Money Laundering”, in F. Brookman, M. Maguire, H. Pierpoint, and T Bennett (eds.) Handbook of Crime, Cullompton, Devon: Willan, pp. 712-725. ISBN 978-1843923718

Mr Nick Howe

  • Wilson, D., Kemp, D., Howe, N and Harriet, T.(2011), Long Arms'-Length of the Law, British Journalism Review, Volume 22, Number 4, pp 64-72. Sage Publications.
  • Howe, N., Wilson, D., and Kemp, D. (2010) Police Disclosures: A Critical Analysis of Some Recent Police Autobiographies. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice Vol 49 No3. pp203-214. Wiley-Blackwell
  • Wilson, D., Howe, N., Kemp, D and Tolputt, H (2010) When Serial Killers go Unseeen: The Case of Trevor Hardy. Crime, Media, Culture - An International Journal. Vol 6 No2, pp153-168. Sage Publications.
  • Wilson, D., Howe, N., Kemp, D and Tolputt, H (2010) Servicing the Media’s Needs at Arms Length: Police Media Relations during High-Profile Murder Investigations. Policing: A Journal Of Policy And Practice, Volume 5, Number 4, pp 343-355. Oxford University Press.

Dr David Walsh

  • Shawyer, A. and Walsh, D. (2007). Fraud and PEACE: Investigative Interviewing and Fraud Investigation. Crime Prevention and Community Safety. 9, 102-117.
  • Walsh, D. and Milne, R. (2007) Giving PEACE a Chance. Public Administration.Vol 85 No2 525-540.
  • Walsh, D. and Milne, R. (2008) Keeping the PEACE? A study of investigative interviewing practices in the public sector.Legal and Criminological Psychology. 13 39-57.
  • Walsh, D. and Oxburgh, G. (2008) Investigative interviewing of suspects: Historical and contemporary developments in research. British Psychological Society: Forensic Update. 92 Winter 2007/2008 41-45.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2010). Interviewing suspects of fraud: An analysis of interviewing skills. Journal of Psychiatry and Law Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2010). The interviewing of suspects by non-police agencies: What's effective? What is effective!Legal and Criminological Psychology, 15, 305-321 Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2010). Know your rights? A study comparing fraud investigators approaches to informing suspects of their rights and ensuring they are understood and observed. Cambrian Law Review, 41, 24-39.
  • Oxburgh, G.E., Walsh, D., and Milne, R. (2011). The importance of applied research in investigative interviewing: A real-life perspective. Editorial to the special edition of the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 105-109.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2011) Benefit fraud investigative interviewing: A self-report study of investigation professionals' beliefs concerning practice.Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 131-148 Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2011) Still giving PEACE a Chance? An examination of the beliefs, attitudes and perceptions of benefit fraud investigation professionals Social Psychology Review 13, 1-15 Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2012) How do interviewers attempt to overcome suspects' denials?Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law, 19, 151-168.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2012) Examining rapport in investigative interviews with suspects: Does its building and maintenance work?Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 27, 73-84.
  • Walsh, D, King, M. and Neville, A. (2012). A formulation for an agenda for future collaboration between practitioners and academics. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice, 4, 58-69.
  • Walsh, D., and Bull, R. (2013). The investigation and investigative interviewing of benefit fraud suspects in the UK: Historical and contemporary perspectives. In B. Cooper, D. Griesel, and M. Ternes (Eds.) Applied issues in investigative interviewing, eyewitness memory, and credibility assessment. (Pp33-58). New York: Springer Brooks, G., Lewis, C., Walsh, D., and Kim, H. (2013) Preventing corruption: Investigation, enforcement and governance. Palgrave Macmillan Walsh, D. (2013) Self and supervisory evaluation of investigative interviews. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice, 5, 31-45.
  • Walsh, D and van Steen, K. (2014) Evidence disclosure in interviews with suspects. In R. Schellingen and N. Scholten (2014 . The suspect's interrogation: More than just asking questions. . Kluwer:Belgium Walsh, D and Bull, R (in press) The association between evidence disclosure strategies, questioning strategies , and interview outcomes. Psychology, Crime and Law Walsh, D, Milne, R. and Bull, R. (in review) One way or another: Investigators' beliefs concerning tactics in interviews with suspects in England and Wales. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology Walsh, D., Ormerod, T., and Dando, C. (submitted) Pseudo-diagnosticity in investigative decision making. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
  • Dando, C, Brierley, R. and Walsh, D. (submitted) The psychology of coercion as applied to human trafficking. British Journal of Psychology Areh, I. , Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (submitted) Interrogation practice in Slovenia. Psychology, Crime and Law Minhas, R., Walsh, D and Bull, R. (submitted) The development of the Investigative Interviewing Prejudice and Stereotyping Scale. Police Practice and Research Walsh, D., O'Callaghan, S, and Milne, R. (submitted) Interrogation practice in the USA: Psychological and Legal perspectives. In D. Farrington and A. Kapardis (Eds). Criminal Psychology (Forthcoming). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Walsh, D. Oxburgh, G., Redlich, A., and Myklebust, T. (forthcoming) International perspectives on Interview and Interrogation practice Volume 1 : Victims and Witnesses. Londion: Routledge Walsh, D. Oxburgh, G., Redlich, A., and Myklebust, T. (forthcoming) International perspectives on Interview and Interrogation practice Volume 2 : Suspects. London: Routledge.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2012) How do interviewers attempt to overcome suspects’ denials? Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law, 19, 151-168.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2012). Examining rapport in investigative interviews with suspects: Does its building and maintenance work? Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 27, 73-84.
  • Walsh, D., and Bull, R.  (in press).  The investigation and investigative interviewing of benefit fraud suspects in the UK: Historical and contemporary perspectives.  In B. Cooper, D. Griesel, and M. Ternes (Eds.) Applied issues in investigative interviewing, eyewitness memory, and credibility assessment. New York: Springer.
  • Oxburgh, G.E., Walsh, D., and Milne, R. (2011). The importance of applied research in investigative interviewing: A real-life perspective. Editorial to the special edition of the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling,8, 105-109.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2011). Benefit fraud investigative interviewing: A self-report study of investigation professionals’ beliefs concerning practice. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 131-148.
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2010). Interviewing suspects of fraud: An analysis of interviewing skills. Journal of Psychiatry and Law , 38, 99-135
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2010). The interviewing of suspects by non-police agencies: What's effective? What is effective! Legal and Criminological Psychology, 15, 305-321
  • Walsh, D. and Bull, R. (2010). Know your rights? A study comparing fraud investigators approaches to informing suspects of their rights and ensuring they are understood and observed. Cambrian Law Review, 41, 24-39.

Mr Mike Teague

  • Teague, M. 2014. "Recidivism." in A companion to criminal justice, mental health and risk, edited by Paul Taylor, Karen Corteen, and Morley Sharon. Bristol: Policy Press.
  • Teague, M. 2013. "Rehabilitation, punishment and profit: The dismantling of public-sector probation." British Society of Criminology Newsletter (72):15-19.
  • Teague, M. 2012. "Neoliberalism, Prisons and Probation in the USA and England and Wales." Pp. 44-80 in Organising Neoliberalism: Markets, Privatisation and Justice, edited by Philip Whitehead and Paul Crawshaw. London: Anthem.
  • Teague, M. 2012. "Privatising Criminal Justice: A Step Too Far?" Pp. 41-45 in Delivering Justice: The role of the public, private and voluntary sectors in prisons and probation, edited by Vicki Helyar-Cardwell. London: Criminal Justice Alliance.
  • Teague, M. 2011. "Probation in America: Armed, private and unaffordable?" Probation Journal 58(4):317-32.
  • Teague, M. 2009. "Barack Obama: changing American criminal justice?" Criminal Justice Matters 78(1):4-5.
  • Teague, M. 2008. "America: The Great Prison Nation." Prison Service Journal (176):9-14.
  • Teague, M. 2008. "Key Influences: Hilary Walker and Bill Beaumont." in Moments In Probation, edited by Paul Senior. Crayford: Shaw and Sons.
  • Teague, M. 2008. "Memories Of Working In Brixton." in Moments in Probation, edited by Paul Senior. Crayford: Shaw and Sons.
  • Teague, M. 2007. "Developing Ethnographic Research On Probation." British Journal of Community Justice 5(2):97-107.

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