Public Policy Work

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Identifying the Culprit (National Research Council, 2014) explains the science that has emerged during the past 30 years on eyewitness identifications and identifies best practices in eyewitness procedures for the law enforcement community and in the presentation of eyewitness evidence in the courtroom. Dr Heather Flowe's work on eyewitness identification was prominently featured in this report.

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The International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict (2nd ed., 2017) is a set of guidelines setting out best practice on how to document, or investigate, sexual violence. Dr Heather Flowe assisted with Chapters 11 ('Interviewing') and 15 ('Trauma').

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Dr Heather Flowe served as an expert in the development of the New York Lineup Procedure Guidelines for fair and reliable lineup procedures.

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Getting Digital Line-Ups Wrong Can Put Innocents Behind Bars

 

Dr Melissa Colloff created this infographic to help guide police in creating lineups with suspects who have distinctive features.

Academic Competitions

Melissa Colloff, University of Warwick, 3 Minute Thesis Live Final, Manchester 2016

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