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The Application of the Path to Intended Violence Model and the TRAP-18 in the Case of the Christchurch Mosque Shooter (2023)
Journal Article
Allely, C., Wicks, S., & McLaren, S. (in press). The Application of the Path to Intended Violence Model and the TRAP-18 in the Case of the Christchurch Mosque Shooter. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management,

Objectives and Method: In this case analysis, we applied the Path to Intended Violence model (PTIV) and the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18) in order to study the 28-year-old shooter (herein referred to as BT) who perpetrated tw... Read More about The Application of the Path to Intended Violence Model and the TRAP-18 in the Case of the Christchurch Mosque Shooter.

Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and Investigative interviewing : a systematic review highlighting clinical and legal implications and recommendations (2021)
Journal Article
Gilbert, D., Allely, C., Mukherjee, R., & Cook, P. (2022). Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and Investigative interviewing : a systematic review highlighting clinical and legal implications and recommendations. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 40(1), 170-185. https://doi.org/10.1002/bsl.2552

Individuals with foetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are estimated to be 19 times more likely to encounter the criminal justice system (CJS) in comparison to individuals without FASD. During encounters with the CJS, investigative interviews are... Read More about Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and Investigative interviewing : a systematic review highlighting clinical and legal implications and recommendations.

The contributory role of autism symptomology in child pornography offending : why there is an urgent need for empirical research in this area (2018)
Journal Article
Allely, C., & Dubin, L. (2018). The contributory role of autism symptomology in child pornography offending : why there is an urgent need for empirical research in this area. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour, 9(4), 129-152. https://doi.org/10.1108/JIDOB-06-2018-0008

Purpose As recently highlighted by Creaby-Attwood and Allely (2017) it is crucial that the possible innate vulnerabilities that contributed to sexual offending behaviour in an individual with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are taken into consid... Read More about The contributory role of autism symptomology in child pornography offending : why there is an urgent need for empirical research in this area.