Shawyer, A. and Walsh, D. (2007). Fraud and PEACE: Investigative Interviewing and Fraud Investigation Crime Prevention and Community Safety. 9, 102-117.
Walsh, D. and Milne, R. (2007) Giving PEACE a Chance. Public Administration .Vol 85 No2 525-540.
Walsh, D. and 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. and 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. and Bull, R. (2010a). Interviewing suspects of fraud: An analysis of interviewing skills. Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 38, 99-135
Walsh, D. and 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. and 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., and 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. and 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. and 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. and Bull, R. (2012a) How do interviewers attempt to overcome suspects’ denials? Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law, 19, 151-168.
Walsh, D. and 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, and 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 and 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., and 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., and Bull, R. (2017). Police interrogation in Slovenia. Psychology, Crime and Law, 22, 405-419
Minhas, R., Walsh, D., and 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. (in press). Gender differences in eyewitness testimony in cases violent and non-violent criminal incidents. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
Childs, C. and Walsh, D. (in press). Rapport strategies in interviews with children. Journal of Pragmatics
Walsh, D., & Dando, C. (in press). Decision making by investigators: Does experience matter? Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling
Kim, J., Walsh, D. Bull, R. and Bergstrom, H. (in press) Planning ahead? Factors influencing investigators’ attitudes towards planning for interviews with suspects. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology DOI: 10.1007/s11896-017-9243-z
Cayli, B., Hodgson, P., & Walsh, D. (in press). The rule of law and social unrest: Exploring police violence in social protests and riots. British Journal of Sociology
Minhas, R. & Walsh, D., & Bull, R. (in press) Muslim suspects, their lawyers, and the police: Differing perspectives of interviews? Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism
Griffiths, A and Walsh, D. (in press). Investigators’ reflective portfolios: A reflection of their actual investigation skills? Psychology, Crime and Law.
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. and 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. and 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., and Myklebust, T. (editors) (2015) International developments in investigative interviewing and interrogations, Volumes I (Witnesses and Victims) & II (Suspects). London: Routledge