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Martine Powell is a Professor at Griffith University and Founding Director of the Centre for Investigative Interviewing (Griffith Criminology Institute). She is a world-leading expert in investigative interviewing - her work focuses on the ‘how to’ of obtaining accurate and detailed information from people about events to assist decision-making. It also addresses transfer of knowledge to the field, especially guidance for interviewers of vulnerable interviewees and questioning about sensitive topics. Martine has adopted a constructive and innovative scientific approach, working in partnership with industry. Her outputs are extensive - she has produced more than 260 peer-reviewed publications, supervised over 30 doctoral/PhD students, and has been lead or co-chief CI on numerous Category 1 grants including multiple ARC and AIC grants. The influence of Martine’s research has been recognised by several lifetime career awards and the widespread dissemination of her work, which has sparked a global revolution in interview training. Her funded industry partnerships span a range of disciplines and numerous countries across the globe.
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS
- MemberGriffith Criminology Institute1 Jan 2018
- PhDMonash University, Melbourne, Australia
- Master of Clinical PsychologyUniversity of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
- B.A. (Hons 1A)University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
- Diploma of Teaching PrimaryBrisbane C.A.E, Brisbane, Australia