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Mark Kebbell

School of Applied Psychology
+61 (0)7 3735 3353 (Work)
M24 4.05, Mount Gravatt Campus

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Mark Kebbell is Professor of Forensic Psychology at the School of Applied Psychology. His expertise and research is in the area of Investigative Psychology particularly with regards the investigation and prosecution of serious crime. His previous work has included writing the guidelines for police officers in England and Wales (with Wagstaff) for assessing witness evidence, and developing risk assessment methods for suspected sex offenders for the Australian Federal Police and the Queensland Police Service. He has worked on more than seventy criminal cases, principally involving murder or serious sexual assault, and has given expert evidence on numerous occasions including uncontested psychological evidence in an Old Bailey appeal case. He is a Registered Psychologist in Australia and a Chartered Forensic Psychologist in the United Kingdom. Academically, the quality of his work has been recognised by the award of a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship for Outstanding Younger Scholars. He is the Editor, with Professor Graham Davies of the book 'Practical Psychology for Forensic Investigations and Prosecutions' published by Wiley.


  • Member
    Griffith Criminology Institute2015


  • Bachelor of Science
    University of Bradford