Lisa Smith Publications

Forthcoming Publications

Sleath, E., & Smith, L.L. (under review) 'Understanding the factors that predict retraction in police reported allegations of intimate partner violence' Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Moriarty, K., Smith, L.L., & Bond, J.W. (under review) 'Assessing the effectiveness of forensic screening procedures for the detection of theft from motor vehicle crimes' International Journal of Police Science and Management.

Publications (2014)

Smith, L.L., and Bull, R. (2014) 'Exploring the disclosure of forensic evidence in police interviews with suspects' Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. doi: 10.1007/s11896-013-9131-0

Smith, L.L., and Bull, R. (2014) 'Validation of the factor structure and predictive validity of the Forensic Evidence Evaluation Bias Scale for robbery and sexual assault trial scenarios, Psychology, Crime and Law, 20 (5): 450-466.

Smith, L.L. (2014). Behavioural analysis of crime, by Donna Youngs. Reviewed in: The British Journal of Criminology, doi: 10.1093/bjc/azu051

Lingwood, J., Smith, L.L., & Bond, J.W. (accepted, in press) 'Amateur vs professional: Does the recovery of forensic evidence differ depending on who assesses the crime scene?' International Journal of Police Science and Management.

Publications (2013)

Smith, L.L., & Bull, R. (2013) ‘Exploring the disclosure of forensic evidence in police interviews with suspects’ Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, doi: 10.1007/s11896-013-9131-0

Publications (2012)

Smith, L.L., and Bull, R. (2012) 'Identifying and measuring juror pre-trial bias for forensic evidence:  Development and validation of the Forensic Evidence Evaluation Bias Scale', Psychology, Crime and Law 18: 797-815.

Adderley, R., Smith, L.L., Bond, J.W., & Smith, M. (2012) 'Physiological measurement of crime scene investigator stress' Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 14 (2): 166-176

Chapman, R., Smith, L.L., and Bond, J.W. (2012) 'An investigation into the differentiating characteristics between car key burglars and regular burglars’ Journal of Forensic Science, 57 (4): 939-945

Publications (2011)

Smith, L.L., Bull, R., and Holliday, R. (2011) 'Understanding juror perceptions of forensic evidence:  Investigating the impact of case context on perceptions of forensic evidence strength', Journal of Forensic Sciences 56 (2): 409-414.

Shuttlewood, A., Bond, J.W., and Smith, L.L. (2011) 'Examining the relationship between deprivation and forensic evidence recovered from stolen vehicles:  Is it affected by the condition of the vehicle?'  Journal of Forensic Sciences 56 (2): 510-513.

Allcock, E., Bond, J.W., Smith, L.L. (2011) 'An investigation into the crime scene characteristics that differentiate a car key burglary from a regular domestic burglary' International Journal of Police Science and Management 13 (4): 275-285.

Older Publications

Shaw, S., Smith, L.L., and Bond, J.W. (2010) 'Examining the factors that differentiate a car key burglary from a regular domestic burglary', International Journal of Police Science and Management, 12 (3): 450-459.

Smith, L.L., and Bond, J.W. (2009) 'The relationship between deprivation and forensic opportunities with stolen vehicles', Journal of Forensic Sciences, 54 (5): 1077-1080.

Smith, L.L. (2007) 'Reducing the trauma:  The effective use of victim services personnel', Blue Line, 19: 16-17.

Smith, L.L. (2006) 'Victim services supports families and police', Blue Line, 18: 32-33.

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