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Eyewitness Identification: Unfinished Discussion and Directions for Future Research

Event Dates
All times are Eastern Time unless noted otherwise.
Event Duration
1:39:36
Location
Online

Eyewitness evidence plays a critical role in the criminal investigation process. A recent study on photo array and lineup procedures conducted within the Chicago Police Department suggests, contrary to expectations, that sequential presentation is not superior to simultaneous presentation. Subsequent conferences at Loyola and at the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) resulted in heated debates on methodology and policy implications, as well as calls for more research.

In this two-hour online event, sponsored by the National Institute of Justice and the Government Innovators Network, our panel of experts pushed this conversation forward, offering diverse perspectives on eyewitness identification procedures, with a special focus on research activity that has occurred since the conferences at Loyola and PERF.

Event Type
Webinar
Event Option(s)
Online, On demand
Contact
Harvard Government Innovators Network
Presenter(s)
Philip J. Cline
Affiliation
Chicago Police Department
Roy S. Malpass, Ph.D.
Affiliation
University of Texas, El Paso
Nancy Steblay, Ph.D.
Affiliation
Augsburg College
James Doyle
Affiliation
National Institute of Justice
Registration Status
Not Required
Eligibility
Free and open to all
Date Created: May 7, 2013