Published Journal articles
Shawyer, A. & Walsh, D. (2007). Fraud and PEACE: Investigative Interviewing and Fraud Investigation Crime Prevention and Community Safety. 9, 102-117.
Walsh, D. & Milne, R. (2007) Giving PEACE a Chance. Public Administration .Vol 85 No2 525-540.
Walsh, D. & Milne, R. (2008) Keeping the PEACE? A study of investigative interviewing practices in the public sector. Legal and Criminological Psychology. 13 39-57.
Walsh, D. & Oxburgh, G. (2008) Investigative interviewing of suspects: Historical and contemporary developments in research. British Psychological Society: Forensic Update. 92 Winter 2007/2008 41-45.
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2010a). Interviewing suspects of fraud: An analysis of interviewing skills. Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 38, 99-135
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2010b). The interviewing of suspects by non-police agencies: What's effective? What is effective! Legal and Criminological Psychology, 15, 305-321
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2010c). Know your rights? A study comparing fraud investigators approaches to informing suspects of their rights and ensuring they are understood and observed. Cambrian Law Review, 41, 24-39.
Oxburgh, G.E., Walsh, D., & Milne, R. (2011a). The importance of applied research in investigative interviewing: A real-life perspective. Editorial to the special edition of the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 105-109.
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2011b). Benefit fraud investigative interviewing: A self-report study of investigation professionals’ beliefs concerning practice. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 8, 131-148.
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2011c). Still giving PEACE a Chance? An examination of the beliefs, attitudes and perceptions of benefit fraud investigation professionals Social Psychology Review, 13, 1-15
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2012a) How do interviewers attempt to overcome suspects’ denials? Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law, 19, 151-168.
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2012b). Examining rapport in investigative interviews with suspects: Does its building and maintenance work? Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 27, 73-84.
Walsh, D., King, M, & Neville, A. (2012c) Formulating future collaborative research agendas for criminal investigation. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice.
Walsh, D. (2013) Supervisory and self-evaluation of investigative interviewing performance, Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice, 5, 113
Walsh, D. & Bull, R. (2015). The association between evidence disclosure, questioning strategies, interview skills, and interview outcomes, Psychology, Crime and Law.21, 661-680.
Walsh, D., Milne, R., & Bull, R. (2016) One way or another? Investigators’ beliefs concerning evidence disclosure in interviews with suspects in England and Wales. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 31, 127-140
Dando, C., Walsh, D., & Brierley, R., (2016). The psychology of coercion in human trafficking. Public Library of Science 1, 11, 1-13
Areh, I., Walsh, D., & Bull, R. (2017). Police interrogation in Slovenia. Psychology, Crime and Law, 22, 405-419
Minhas, R., Walsh, D., & Bull, R. (2017). The development of the IIPSS scale, measuring prejudice in interviews. Police Practice and Research, 18, 132-145
Walsh, D., King, M. & Griffiths, A. (2017). An examination of the self-evaluation of performance in investigative interviews. Psychology, Crime and Law, 23, 647-665
Pajon Moreno, L., & Walsh, D. (2017). Gender differences in eyewitness testimony in cases of violent and non-violent criminal incidents. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law ,24, 923-935 https://doi.org/10.1080/13218719.2017.1327313
Childs, C. & Walsh, D. (2017). Rapport strategies in interviews with children. Journal of Pragmatics, 121, 188-201, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2017.10.013
Minhas, R. & Walsh, D., & Bull, R. (2017) Muslim suspects, their lawyers, and the police: Differing perspectives of interviews? Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism,12, 158-174 10.1080/18335330.2017.1355103
Walsh, D., Ormerod, T., & Dando, C. (2018). Triage decision making by welfare fraud investigators. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 7, 82-91. doi:10.1016/j.jarmac.2018.01.002
Kim, J., Walsh, D., Bull, R. & Bergstrom, H. (2018) Planning ahead? Factors influencing investigators’ attitudes towards planning for interviews with suspects. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 33, 158-174 10.1007/s11896-017-9243-z.1007/s11896-017-9243-z7--z
Cayli, B., Hodgson, P., & Walsh, D. (2018). The rule of law and social unrest: Exploring violence in social protests and riots. Comparative Sociology, 17, 159-186
Griffiths, A., & Walsh, D. (2018). Investigators’ reflective portfolios: A reflection of their actual investigation skills? Psychology, Crime and Law,24, 433-450
Minhas, R. & Walsh, D. (2018) Influence of racial stereotypes on investigative decision-making in criminal investigations: A qualitative comparative analysis, Cogent Social Sciences, 4, 1-18 1538588 https://doi.org/10.1080/23311886.2018.1538588
Childs, C. & Walsh, D. (2018). Paradoxical invitations: challenges in soliciting more information from child witnesses. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 51, 363-378 https://doi.org/10.1080/08351813.2018.1524561
Wilson, L., & Walsh, D. (2019). Striving for impartiality: Emotional bias in interpreter-assisted investigations. Pragmatics and society, 10, 12-151. DOI: 10.1075/ps.00018.wil
Pajon, L. & Walsh, D. (2020) Towards a model of the criminal investigation of human trafficking crimes. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 14, 493–511, https://doi-org.proxy.library.dmu.ac.uk/10.1093/police/pay031
Denault, V., Plusquellec, P., Jupe, L. M., St-Yves, M., Dunbar, N. E., Hartwig, M., Walsh, D…van Koppen, P. J. (2020). The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts. Anuario de Psicología Jurídica, 30, 1-2. doi: 10.5093/apj2019a9.
Walsh, D., Oxburgh, G., & Amurun, T. (2020) Interpreter-Assisted Interviews: Examining Investigators’ and Interpreters’ Views on Their Practice. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 35, 318-27 DOI: 10.1007/s11896-020-09366-2
Areh, I, & Walsh, D. (in press), Identifying differences among eyewitnesses. European Journal of Criminal Justice and Criminal investigation
Nunan, J., Stanier, I., Milne, R., Shawyer, A., & Walsh, D. (in press). Eliciting human intelligence: Police source handlers’ perceptions and experiences of rapport during CHIS interactions. Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law doi.org/10.1080/13218719.2020.1734978
Baker-Eck, B., Bull, R., & Walsh, D. (in press). Investigative empathy: A strength scale of empathy based on European police perspectives. Psychiatry, Psychology, & Law. https://doi.org/10.1080/13218719.2020.1751333
Baker-Eck, B., Bull, R., & Walsh, D. (in press). Investigative empathy: Five types of cognitive empathy in a field study of investigative interviews with suspects of sexual offences. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice.
Nunan, J., Stanier, I., Milne, R., Shawyer, A., Walsh, D., & May, B. (in press). The impact of rapport on intelligence yield: Police source handler telephone interactions with covert human intelligence sources. Psychiatry, Psychology, & Law. DOI:10.1080/13218719.2020.1784807
Nunan, J., Stanier, I., Milne, R., Shawyer, A., & Walsh, D. (in press) Source handler perceptions of the interviewing processes employed with informants. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, 15, 244-262. https://doi.org/10.1080/18335330.2020.182006
Nunan, J., Stanier, I., Milne, R., Shawyer, A., Walsh, D. (in press)Source handler telephone interactions with Covert Human Intelligence Sources: An exploration of question types and intelligence yield. Applied Cognitive Psychology. dx.doi.org/10.1002/acp.3726
Minhas, R. & Walsh, D. (in press). Prejudicial stereotyping and police interviewing practices in England: An exploration of legal representatives’ perceptions. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism. DoI: 10.1080/18335330.2021.1889016
Fenia, F., Blades, M., & Walsh, D. (in press) The effect of the number of interviewers on children’s testimonies. Psychology, Crime & Law. 10.1080/1068316X.2021.1909017.
Minhas, R., & Walsh, D. (in press) The role of prejudicial stereotypes in the formation of suspicion: an examination of operational procedures into stop and search practices. International Journal of Police Science and Management. 10.1177/14613557211016499
Izotovas, A., Kelly, C. E., & Walsh, D. (in press). The Domains of PEACE: Examining interviews with suspected sex offenders. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 10.1007/s11896-021-09465-8
Books and book chapters
Walsh, D. & Bull, R (2013) The investigation and investigative interviewing of benefit fraud suspects in the UK: Historical and contemporary perspectives. In B.S. Cooper, D. Griesel, & M. Ternes (eds.) Applied issues in investigative interviewing. Eyewitness memory and credibility assessment (pp 33-58). New York: Springer.
Brooks, G., Walsh, D., & Lewis, C. (2013). Preventing corruption: Investigation, enforcement and governance. Palgrave Macmillan
Walsh, D. & van der Steen, K (2014) Strategic and tactical disclosing of evidence in interviews with suspects: Implications for the Belgian police. In R. Schellingen, R. and N. Scholton (eds) Investigative interviewing in Belgium (pp. 183-198). Belgium: Kluwer
Walsh, D., O’Callaghan, S. & Milne, R. (2016). Police interrogation in the USA. In D. Farrington, & A. Kapardis (Eds.) The psychology of crime, policing and the courts (pp. 119-135). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
Walsh, D., Oxburgh, G., Redlich, A., & Myklebust, T. (editors) (2015) International developments in investigative interviewing and interrogations, Volumes I (Witnesses and Victims) & II (Suspects). London: Routledge
Evans, J., Shaffer, S., & Walsh, D. (2020). Interpreters in investigative interviewing contexts. In R. Bull, & I. Blandon- Gitlin (Eds.) The Routledge international Handbook of Legal and Investigative Psychology (pp. 133-148). Routledge: London