DCP Faculty of Forensic Clinical Psychology

DCP Faculty of Forensic Clinical Psychology



The Faculty of Forensic Clinical Psychology (FFCP) was formed to meet the needs of clinical psychologists working in the forensic specialty. It is a faculty within the Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) of the British Psychological Society (BPS), and aims to:

  • Promote the development of clinical psychology within forensic settings 
  • Promote the highest standards in practice, in the application of professional education and knowledge of forensic clinical problems 
  • Disseminate knowledge of applications and research to promote effective services, influence planning of services and policy in relation to forensic clinical psychology 
  • Provide scientific meetings, opportunities for exchange of information and mutual support for clinical psychologists working within forensic settings

How to join

To join the faculty, please download and complete the  Faculty application Form and return with the relevant payment to:

British Psychological Society, 
PO Box 87
Oakengates DO

Please note, to join the email list, you must be a member of the Faculty.

If you have any queries about joining the faculty, please contact the Member Network Services Team on 0116 252 9515.

Membership announcement list

One of the benefits of belonging to the Faculty of Forensic Clinical Psychology is joining our email networking and discussion group.

This has already enabled like-minded individuals to contact eachother and gather information on forensic psychology in a clinical setting.

To join the list, please send an email to the List Administrator stating your name, membership number and which list you would like adding to.


There are currently 28 members in this group.