Archives of Forensic Psychology (AFP) is an innovative, peer-reviewed, Open Access journal published twice per year. Our mission is to link the science and practice of forensic psychology, by making clinical and experimental resources freely available. AFP publishes empirical research, book and instrument reviews, case studies, commentaries, literature reviews, and policy recommendations. AFP welcomes non-significant results as well as findings presented in government reports, conference presentations, Master’s theses, and doctoral dissertations. Areas of particular interest for AFP readers include: deception detection and malingering, eyewitness memory and identification, false confession, investigative interviewing, jury decision making, psychopathy, risk assessment and management, sexual offenders, and forensic treatment.