Jessica Woodhams
Jessica Woodhams
Professor of Forensic Psychology, University of Birmingham
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An empirical test of the assumptions of case linkage and offender profiling with serial commercial robberies.
J Woodhams, K Toye
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 13 (1), 59, 2007
The psychology of linking crimes: A review of the evidence
J Woodhams, CR Hollin, R Bull
Legal and Criminological Psychology 12 (2), 233-249, 2007
Evaluation of a community-based sex offender treatment program using a good lives model approach
L Harkins, VE Flak, AR Beech, J Woodhams
Sexual abuse: a journal of research and treatment 24 (6), 519-543, 2012
Linking serial residential burglary: Comparing the utility of modus operandi behaviours, geographical proximity, and temporal proximity
L Markson, J Woodhams, JW Bond
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 7 (2), 91-107, 2010
A test of case linkage principles with solved and unsolved serial rapes
J Woodhams, G Labuschagne
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 27, 85-98, 2012
The predictive validity of risk assessment tools for female offenders: A systematic review
KA Geraghty, J Woodhams
Aggression and Violent Behavior 21, 25-38, 2015
Case Linkage
J Woodhams, R Bull, CR Hollin
Criminal Profiling, 117-133, 2007
Linking different types of crime using geographical and temporal proximity
M Tonkin, J Woodhams, R Bull, JW Bond, EJ Palmer
Criminal Justice and Behavior 38 (11), 1069-1088, 2011
An interview study of the experiences of police officers in regard to psychological contract and wellbeing
F Duran, J Woodhams, D Bishopp
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 34 (2), 184-198, 2019
Treatment engagement from the perspective of the offender: reasons for noncompletion and completion of treatment—a systematic review
D Sturgess, J Woodhams, M Tonkin
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (16 …, 2016
Sexually deviant juveniles: comparisons between the offender and offence characteristics of ‘child abusers’ and ‘peer abusers’
C Gunby, J Woodhams
Psychology, Crime & Law 16 (1-2), 47-64, 2010
From marine ecology to crime analysis: Improving the detection of serial sexual offences using a taxonomic similarity measure
J Woodhams, TD Grant, ARG Price
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 4 (1), 17-27, 2007
Linking crimes using behavioural clues: Current levels of linking accuracy and strategies for moving forward
C Bennell, R Mugford, H Ellingwood, J Woodhams
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 11 (1), 29-56, 2014
Incorporating context in linking crimes: an exploratory study of situational similarity and if‐then contingencies
J Woodhams, C Hollin, R Bull
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 5 (1‐2), 1-23, 2008
The impact of bullying and coping strategies on the psychological distress of young offenders
S Grennan, J Woodhams
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (5), 487-504, 2007
Understanding the Factors That Affect the Severity of Juvenile Stranger Sex Offenses The Effect of Victim Characteristics and Number of Suspects
J Woodhams, R Gillett, T Grant
Journal of interpersonal violence 22 (2), 218-237, 2007
Heterogeneity within multiple perpetrator rapes: A national comparison of lone, duo, and 3+ perpetrator rapes
T da Silva, J Woodhams, L Harkins
Sexual abuse: a journal of research and treatment, 1079063213497805, 2013
Leadership in multiple perpetrator stranger rape
J Woodhams, C Cooke, L Harkins, T Silva
Journal of interpersonal violence 27 (4), 728-752, 2012
Criminal psychology: a beginner's guide
R Bull, C Bilby, C Cooke
Oneworld Publications, 2006
Crime Linkage: Theory, Research, and Practice
J Woodhams, C Bennell
CRC Press, 2014
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