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Lecture#2 : Forensic Psychology – Insights on Behavioural Evidence Analysis
May 26 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
In an era of increasing crime rates, forensic science employs Behavioural Evidence Analysis (BEA), to unravel the crime and find convicts. Behavioural Evidence Analysis (BEA) is a deductive based strategy that uses evidence to determine the offender’s personality. In relation to this, The Department of Psychology is conducting the second edition of the Online Lecture Series titled Forensic Psychology: An Emerging Field on May 26, 2023. The talk will be delivered by Industrial expert, Dr Amrutha Karayil will expatiate on “The Said and the Unsaid in the Crime Scene: Role of Behavioural Evidence Analysis.”
Join the session for an enthralling journey into novel aspects of forensic psychology!
About the Speaker
Dr Amrutha Karayil is an accomplished academician and an expert in the study of Crimes against Women and Children, Victimology and Victim Assistance. She holds a PhD from University of Madras in her core research area “Rape Myth Acceptance” and has a Masters Degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice Science (MA) and in English Literature (MA) to her credit. She has numerous certifications in Forensic Medicine, Forensic Psychology and Forensic Science from SIFS, Delhi. Dr Karayil’s overseas stint in Victimology from the Tokiwa International Victimology Institute, Tokiwa University, Mito, Japan and Victim Assistance from Dubrovnik University Centre, Croatia has helped her gain a deeper perspective in her craft. She is an active member at the World Society of Victimology.
Dr Karayil’s position as Teaching faculty at the Tamil Nadu Police Academy, Vandalur for the New Recruits of DSP batch allows her to share practical, in-field experience. She also trains faculties for their Diploma in Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Psychology, offered by the University of Madras. She is a Resource person at Asian as well as the European Post Graduate courses in Victimology.