American Psychology-Law Society
A division of the American Psychological Association for forensic psychologists, concerned with both research and practice.
Annotated text, with references by Hans Gross.
Department of Mental Health and Policy
Involved in research, policy analysis, training, and practice, relating to mental health. Part of the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
Eyewitness Identification Lab
Information for students, researchers, and lawyers on the science of eyewitness identification, including information about composing fair lineups.
Forensic Psychology and Legal Issues
The forensic and legal psychology section of the Social Science Information Gateway.
Provides an e-mail based information service relating to forensic psychology for academics, professionals and students.
Forensic links for mental health practitioners and legal professionals.
How to Detect Lies
Techniques to telling if someone is lying.
Inside the Interrogation Room
An investigation into the phenomenon of false confessions, by CBC News: Disclosure.
Police Psychology Online
Psychological information specific to police, probation and corrections officers as well as those in federal law enforcement and fire services.
PsycLaw: A Product of APA
Provides the latest news in psychology and law as well as links to American Psychological Association Amicus Briefs.
Articles at Suite101 relating to forensic psychology.
The criminal mind
A collection of articles about forensic psychology, criminal motivations and criminal profiling.
UNI Eyewitness Identification Laboratory
The Eyewitness Identification Research laboratory at the University of Northern Iowa focuses on research in eyewitness memory and identification and many aspects of face recognition.
An online discussion group for forensic psychology.