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Dr Lee John Curley and Dr James Munro of The OU, Co-author The Article Published in The Conversation

Dr Lee John Curley, lecturer in Psychology and Dr James Munro, Psychology Technical Lead (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University) with Dr Itiel Dror, Senior Cognitive Neuroscience Researcher (University College London) co-author the article: 'Juries are subject to all kinds of biases when it comes to deciding on a trial'. It discusses the… Continue reading Dr Lee John Curley and Dr James Munro of The OU, Co-author The Article Published in The Conversation

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Revisiting ‘In Dialogue with Professor Graham Pike about his Talk at the OPRC Launch Event’

Blogs from the 'In Dialogue' series are attracting a lot of attention. In case you missed this, below is the blog about Graham's talk: 'Harmful Evidence and Evidencing Harm in the Criminal Justice System' Eka: What’s this talk all about, Graham? Graham: We generally think of the courts and police as existing to prevent and… Continue reading Revisiting ‘In Dialogue with Professor Graham Pike about his Talk at the OPRC Launch Event’

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In Dialogue with Professor Graham Pike about his Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

'Harmful Evidence and Evidencing Harm in the Criminal Justice System' Eka: What’s this talk all about, Graham? Graham: We generally think of the courts and police as existing to prevent and prosecute crimes. In my talk I borrow an approach from critical criminology and instead look at law enforcement in terms of the harms it… Continue reading In Dialogue with Professor Graham Pike about his Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

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Harmful Evidence and Evidencing Harm in the Criminal Justice System

We are used to thinking of crime resulting in harm to a victim, but the criminal justice system itself can also cause harm, including to the victim, to witnesses, to suspects and to its employees. Professor Graham Pike explores these harms with a particular focus on how harmful the evidence obtained from an eyewitness can… Continue reading Harmful Evidence and Evidencing Harm in the Criminal Justice System