21st Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference

DFP Awards

CALL FOR AWARD NOMINATIONS

JUNIOR AWARD
This award is reserved for an individual at the start of their career (perhaps studying for an M.Sc. in forensic psychology, conducting a PhD. in the area of forensic psychology or engaging with forensic clients) who has produced work of outstanding quality and innovation.
The information required includes:

  • Name of the nominee
  • Name of proposer and seconder
  • Covering letter identifying key achievements of nominee (1000 words in narrative format)
  • Supporting documentary evidence (if appropriate)

SENIOR AWARD
Senior awards are reserved for individuals who have made a significant lifetime contribution to Forensic Psychology in the UK. There will be two awards given in this category; the first will be awarded to an individual who has made a significant contribution to forensic psychology practice, whilst the second award will be given to an individual who has made a significant contribution to forensic research.
Please send the following information:

  • Name of the nominee
  • Name of proposer and seconder
  • Covering letter identifying key achievements of nominee (1000 words in narrative format)
  • Supporting documentary evidence (if appropriate)
    CV of nominee

Submissions must include the information requested and reference should be made to the full award criteria:

The deadline for submission is the 31st March 2012

Please forward submissions to Annjanette Wells (BPS) via email: annjanette.wells@bps.org.uk

Any queries with regards to the process of submission can be directed to Neil Gredecki (Honorary Secretary) via email: karlowepsychology@btinternet.com