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Consultancy and Advising in Forensic Practice: Empirical and Practical Guidelines

Consultancy and Advising in Forensic Practice: Empirical and Practical Guidelines

Carol A. Ireland (Editor), Martin J. Fisher (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-66150-5

Mar 2010

290 pages

Description

The first publication to apply the modern theory and techniques in the consultancy process, presenting a clear, practical approach targeted specifically at forensic issues and contexts. 
  • The first publication to apply consultancy literature to a forensic setting
  • Provides a combination of the theoretical and practical underpinnings needed in consultancy work, offering a development of knowledge with practical application
  • Brings together papers from researchers, academics, practitioners and consultants within forensic psychology whilst drawing upon expertise in business consultancy and administration
  • Chapters combine psychological, ethical, managerial and evaluative aspects into themed summaries
  • Offers directions for further study and practice development
Series Editors’ Preface.

Notes on Contributors.

Acknowledgements.

Part I: Consultancy and Advising from a Theoretical Perspective.

1. The Role of a Consultant: Function, Skills, Competences and Presentation (Carol A. Ireland).

2. Key Stages and Factors in the Consultancy Process and Relationship: The Importance of Stakeholders, Organisational Boundaries, Culture and Their Management (Carol A. Ireland).

3. Theoretically Driven Training and Consultancy: From Design to Evaluation (David Vickers, Eliza Morgan and Alice Moore).

4. Ethical Considerations in the Consultancy and Advisory Process (Susan Cooper and Martin Fisher).

Part II: Consultancy and Advising from a Practical Perspective.

5. The Application of Cognitive Interview Techniques  as Part of an Investigation (Andy Griffiths and Becky Milne).

6. Acting as the Consultant Advisor in a Crisis Situation (Martin Fisher and Carol A. Ireland).

7. Legal Consulting: Providing Expertise in Written and Oral Testimony (Jane L. Ireland).

8. The Development of a Practical Behavioural Change Framework: A Case Study within a National Law Enforcement Agency (Simon Keslake and Ian Pendlington).

9. Examining the Link between Performance and Employee Engagement in a Forensic Setting: Case Enough to Perform Well? (Suzy Dale).

10. Inspecting Secure Institutions (Louise Falshaw).

11. Effective Training in Action: From Contracting to Evaluation (Eliza Morgan, David Vickers and Alice Moore).

12. Systemic Failure and Human Error (Adrian Needs).

13. Project Management: Towards More Effective Applied Psychology (Roisin Hall and Donald Darroch).

References.

Index. 

"Consultancy and advising in forensic practice covers a range of topics in relation to the involvement of psychological approaches in forensic work within the consultation process and training approaches . . . It is a practical guide and is very informative, and it is careful in its application of structures and theories,
and advises understanding theoretical knowledge and deliberation about the best approach for any given area." (British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 1 August 2011)