About the Journal

Forensic, Psychology, and Law (Forensic Psychol. Law) promotes the study and application of psychological approaches to crime, criminal and civil law, and the influence of law on behavior. The content includes the aetiology of criminal behavior and studies of different offender groups; crime detection; courtroom studies in areas such as jury behavior, decision making, and expert testimony; behavior of litigants, lawyers, judges, and court officers, both in and outside the courtroom; issues of offender management including prisons, probation, and rehabilitation initiatives; and studies of public, including the victim, reactions to crime and the legal process. It publishes reviews and brief reports which make a significant contribution to the psychology of law, crime and legal behavior. Internationally, Psychology, Crime & Law provides professionals in the areas of forensic-clinical psychology, law, and crime with the very latest cutting edge research and theory.