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TitleBPS DCLP Committee Papers 1984-1989
Date1984-1989
Extent1 file (2 folders)
Physical Description2 folders
DescriptionAgenda, minutes and papers of the British Psychological Society Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology [later Division of Forensic Psychology] including

21 April 1984 31st Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology Committee agenda, papers including accounts, membership, draft syllabus for proposed qualification in forensic psychology; draft report on Leicester University Diploma in Social Learning and Practice in Applied Sciences; request for comments on PAB [Professional Affairs Board] report on the Working Party on Psychological Services in Social Services Departments; recruitment of psychologists working in interim or regional secure units; request for funding symposium 'New Developments in Psychology and the Law' at the annual Merseyside course in Clinical Psychology; response to Future of Special Hospitals report, DCP [Division of Clinical Psychology] working party on Private Practice; draft guidance on 'Disclosure of Personal Health Information'

16 July 1984 32nd Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, recruitment of psychologists working in interim or regional secure units;

8 October 1984 33rd Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, report on DCP meeting;

17 December 1984 34th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda,

15 February 1985 35th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, proposed conference on unemployment or child abuse; response of DECP [Division of Educational and Child Psychology] on needs of disturbed adolescents; DCP representatives;

19 March 1985 36th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee minutes of strategy meeting; notes of training meeting;

29 May 1985 37th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, 'Monitoring and Management in the NHS';

16 July 1985 38th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda;

4 October 1985 39th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, fees for legal and court reports in the NHS; membership fees, AGM notice; DCP Working Party on Private Practice report; fees for forensic services; DCLP conference organisation notes;

17 January 1986 40th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, training committee minutes;

18 March 1986 41st Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, proposal for a conference on child witnesses;

25 April 1986 42nd Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, programme for 3rd Midlands Forensic Psychology Conference 'Clinical Approaches to Working With Offenders', notes on SAB and DECP meeting

18 July 1986 43rd Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, Marcus Stone accepting invitation to speak; comments on Mental Health Act 1983 Draft Code of Practice; membership database; proposals to drop associate and corresponding membership of DCLP; copy of rules; provisional programme of 'The Child Witness: Do Courts Abuse Children' held at Wolfson College, Oxford; notes on PAB and SAB meetings;

29 September 1986 44th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, minutes, Home Office discussion papers 'Custodial Sentences for Young Offenders; proposed PIA [Psychology in Action Group] by the Press Office;

2 February 1987 45th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, comments on the Roskill report 'Fraud Trials'; representation on committees; working party on DCLP membership; membership application forms; text for post graduate careers booklet; request for speaker at PAB symposium 'Whose Rights? Whose Secrets? Ethical Aspects of Access to Psychologists Records'; PAB and SAB meeting reports;

30 March 1987 46th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, proposed members;

6 July 1987 47th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, DCLP publication stocks and sales; reports on meetings of Council, PAB, SAB, Parliamentary Group, DCP, Joint Standing Meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists;

12 October 1987 48th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee minutes,
BPS response to 'Guidance to Police in the Use of Hypnosis', 'Capital Punishment', response to 'The Use of Video Technology of Trials of Alleged Child Abusers'; working party on membership, training sub committee, publicity leaflets 'Our Mental Health Work', 'On Aspects of Court Work', 'On Criminal Justice System'; International Hostage Research Programme; report of PAB and SAB meetings; 'Opinion of the British Psychological Society to the Mental Health Act Commission Proposals on Compulsory Treatment in the Community';

25 January 1988 49th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, capital punishment; publications; report of SAB and PAB meetings; draft statement on 'Community Care'; DCLP working party on membership report;

25 April 1988 50th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, equal opportunities commission call for more women on public bodies; guidelines for writing parliamentary briefing papers; response to report of an interdepartmental working party in the prison system; guidelines for investigative interviewing: alleged child abuse victims (Police and Criminal Evidence Act); Council for Science and Society - review on the use of science in the administration of science; report of SAB, DOP and PAB meetings;

26 September 1988 51st Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, DCLP membership information database; new DCLP leaflet; fees; charter title 'Criminological Psychologist';

30 January 1989 52nd Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, tasks, discussion paper on combination of PAB and SAB [Scientific and Professional Affairs Board]; discussion paper on the distinction between Society Divisions and Sections; draft Citizen Action Compensation Campaign Citizen's Compensation Bill; 'Mental and Severe Mental Impairment A Search for Definitions: Summary'; DHSS/Home Office Working Group on Mentally Disturbed Offenders in the Prison Service in England and Wales; 'Ethical Principles for Research with Human Participants', Charter Promotion Group; PAB and SAB meeting reports.

7 April 1989 53rd Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, DOP minutes; notice for conference on doctorates in clinical psychology; proposed review of the professional practice of psychology; rules; new title for Division; bail Accommodation and secure bail hostels; charter promotion group; PAB and DCP meeting notes;

26 June 1989 54th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, changes in DCLP rules; training committee constitution; abbreviation in the register; charter promotion; fundraising; proposed National Institute for Adolescent Disorders; notes on SAB, PAB, DOP and Council meetings; report on 'Decision Making and Mental Incapacity' meeting organised by the Law Society; working for patients; report on conference 'Doctorates in Clinical Psychology' and accounts.

2 October 1989 55th Meeting of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychological Committee agenda, membership applications; EEC Directive on a general system for the recognition of professional qualifications; review of Standing Committee on Communications; proposed courses in clinical hypnosis; notes on PAB, DCP meetings; comments on 'Working for Patients'; doctorates in clinical psychology; review of Fellowship procedure;
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NotesThe History of Psychology Centre is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our users. Be aware that our catalogue contains historic terminology relating to mental health which could be considered offensive. The terminology exists within the original record and has been retained to inform users on viewpoints at the time. It in no way reflects the attitudes of the cataloguers or the British Psychological Society.
LanguageEnglish
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AccessConditionsRegistered Users by Appointment Only. Membership application references are closed and should be redacted when issued to researchers.
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
TermForensic Psychology
Legal medicine
Child abuse
Psychiatric Hospitals
Job Seeking
Unemployment
Disadvantaged Groups
Forensic medicine
RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Claire Jackson BPS Archivist History of Psychology Centre.

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