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    We are now accepting applications for our Summer School Programs 2014
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    Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology (CLP): 5 - 12 July 2014
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    Early Bird Application Deadline: 31 January 2014, Final Deadline: 31 March 2014
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    To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Prague Summer Schools we launched three new programs

Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology

To shed the light on understanding of crime, law and psychology…

The Center for Public Policy is pleased to invite students to:


Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology 2014 (CLP2014)

  5 - 12 July, Prague


The organizer of European Summer/Spring Institute, Center for Public Policy, has teamed up with professors from the University of Aberdeen and Warwick University to launch a summer course for international students interested in the application of psychological approaches and research methods to criminal justice.

The program aims to invite students of different backgrounds (psychology, legal studies, criminology and sociology), who are interested in the interrelatedness of crime, law and psychology and are willing to combine a challenging academic environment with the holiday excitement.

Students of CLP2013 will not only have an opportunity to listen to professors from the UK’s best Universities, but will also share their ideas and interests with practitioners during guest lectures and site visits. Last, but not least the participants of CLP2013 will have a chance to meet new friends and explore the magnificence of Prague during special events organized by the CLP2014 staff.

Make the most of your summer!
Participate in Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology 2014!

"CLP is such a great way to spend the summer and do some networking. I really enjoyed my time in Prague last year and the tutors and staff who run the course are lovely and its such a nice way to learn well recomended !"

David P. Hillidge, Staffordshire University, UK


Become a part of the Summer School and you will:

  • Learn more about the application of psychological knowledge to criminal law
  • Get involved into discussions with academics from the UK’s best Universities, practitioners and fellow students
  • Gain your own perspective on the role of psychology in criminal justice systems
  • Enjoy having fun with new friends from different parts of the world
  • Experience Prague – one of the most beautiful cultural and historical capitals in Central Europe


Information about logistics

Map and informations

 Readings for Crime, Law and Psychology in 2014

1. Dalton & Fraenkel in press

2. Dando & Milne - Book Chapter (2009)

3. Hope & Gabbert 2011

4. HorMenWri11

5. Memon PPP & L final

6. Otgaar et al 2010

7. Roos et al 2008

8. Sam Hallam case

9. Wells & Hasel, 2007

10. Wells Memon, Penrod 2006

11. When eyewitnesses talk