We’re pleased to welcome the University of Glasgow’s Dr Rachel McPherson and Mr Richard Kjellgren to the RMA blog to look at patterns of intimate partner violence within the Order for Lifelong Restriction population
Our OLR Lead, Ross Pollock, tells us about the most recent Accredited Assessor Day at the RMA.
Our Development Lead, Rachel Webb, recently travelled to Canada to attend two international conferences.
Geoff, our Head of Development, writes about our new research publication, ‘The Offending Behaviour of Those Sentenced to the Order for Lifelong Restriction’
Our Head of OLR, Debbie Campbell, tells us about her trip to Ottowa to attend the ISRA World Meeting 2022
Later this year we’re publishing the first in a series of significant OLR Research Reports. Here, our Research Officer Rebecca Wagstaff, talks us through what to expect…
Monica Lloyd, a chartered and HCPC registered forensic psychologist, and Fellow of the BPS, writes about recent developments in frameworks for assessing the risk of terrorist offending.
OLR Case Worker Hayley talks to us about her Professional Development Award in Domestic Abuse Advocacy.
Our Risk Practice Officer Julie Webber tells us all about the process of taking our Police Practice Course into the virtual realm.
Learn more about new RMA Board Members, Jim Farish and Joe Judge, appointed in March 2021.
Geoff, our Head of Development, writes about the importance and impact of a formulation-based approach to risk assessment and management and why we should never stop asking “why?”
Consultant Forensic Psychologist Dr Ruth Tully explores some of the similarities and differences between popular structured professional judgment (SPJ) risk assessment tools often used in clinical forensic practice to assess violence risk.
Carole Murphy, Practice Development Advisor at the Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ), talks about best practice in risk assessment for children and young people and the implementation of START:AV in Scotland
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