IfJ welcomes articles on a wide range of topics. These could include:
- new developments in the Criminal Justice System
- inter-disciplinary training initiatives
- research studies
- new approaches and resources
- effective (and perhaps not-so-effective!) solutions to challenges met by intermediaries police and lawyers working with vulnerable people
Submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope these articles may also stimulate fruitful discussion in our Members Forum.
Views expressed in this section are those of contributors and may not necessarily reflect those of the IfJ committee.
Communication props in the justice system: the benefits and risks – Michelle Mattison, RI and Lecturer in Psychology, University of Chester
Progress report on the Section 28 Pilot study January – October 2014 – Rosemary Wyatt RI
Introduction of the Section 28 pilot 2014 – Prof. Penny Cooper
Supporting witnesses and defendants with ASD – Jenny Cutler, Consultant Forensic Psychologist
Signs of Progress – BSL in the courtroom – Sue O’Rourke, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Registered Sign Language Interpreter; Chantelle de la Croix, Deaf RI
Supervision – Catherine O’Neill RI
Intermediaries for defendants – David Wurtzel MA