Policing and Occupational Cultures

Bell, Sean and Kealey, Nick (2023). Policing and Occupational Cultures. In: Corteen, Karen; Steele, Rachel; Cross, Noel and McManus, Michelle eds. Forensic Psychology, Crime and Policing: Key Concepts and Practical Debates. Bristol: Policy Press, Bristol University Press, pp. 277–282.


[Abstract for edited volume]

A key resource for students, academics and practitioners, this concise guide brings together various concepts vital to the theoretical, policy and practical debates on forensic psychology and its relationship with crime and policing.

Covering issues such as criminal behaviour, police decision making and crime scene investigation, each entry provides a succinct overview of the topic, together with an evaluation of the emerging issues. The text includes:

• associated concepts and further reading from research and practice;

• references and glossary.

Accessible and comprehensive, this book is the go-to guide for those getting to grips with the relationships between forensic psychology, crime and policing.

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