Professor Ray Bull

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Professor Ray Bull

Emeritus Professor of Forensic Psychology
BSc, MSc , DSc, CForPsychol, FBPsS, FAPS.

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Research

My major interest is the investigative interviewing of suspects , witnesses and victims. I also conduct research on witness memory, including voice recognition.

Awards

In 2012 Ray was made the first Honorary Lifetime Member of the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group.

In 2010 Ray was “Elected by acclaim” an Honorary Fellow of the British Psychological Society “for the contribution made to the discipline of psychology”.
 
In 2010 Ray received from the Scientific Committee of the Fourth International Conference on Investigative Interviewing a “Special Prize” for his “extensive contributions to investigative interviewing”. 

In 2009 he received from the 'International Investigative Interviewing Research Group' the “Senior Academic Award” for his “significant lifetime contribution to the field of investigative interviewing”.
 
In 2008 he received from the European Association of Psychology and Law an “Award for Life-time Contribution to Psychology and Law”.
 
In 2008 he received from the British Psychological Society the “Award for Distinguished Contributions to Academic Knowledge in Forensic Psychology”.
 
In 2005 he received a Commendation from the London Metropolitan Police for “Innovation and professionalism whilst assisting a complex rape investigation”.

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Contact Details

School of Psychology
University of Leicester
University Road
Leicester
LE1 7RH
United Kingdom

E-mail ray.bull@le.ac.uk

Ray.h.bull@btinternet.com

Contact

Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour
University of Leicester
University Road
Leicester
LE1 7RH

T: +44 (0)116 252 2922
E: npbenquiries@le.ac.uk

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