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Greenwich Super-Recognisers

Supervisor: Dr Josh P Davis

Applied Psychology Research Group

University of Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College,

Park Row

London

SE10 9LS

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Presentations

This is a list of all invited talks by Dr Josh P Davis.

2019

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Enhancing understanding of superior face recognition ability. Research Café, Institute of Lifecourse Development, University of Greenwich, 18 December 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Recruitment of face super-recognisers for international policing and business organisations. University of Winchester, 20 November 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers: Exceptional at face recognition, exceptional at crime detection. Herriot-Watt University, Scotland, 10 November 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Developments in facial identification from eyewitness testimony. VisionMetric, Scalford Country House Hotel, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, 17 October 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers. History and research. Super-Recognisers International, Civil Service Club, Scotland Yard Street, London, 10 October 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers: Superior ability at face recognition and spotting faces in a crowd. Football Stadium Officials Association Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, 9 October 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers: Humans with extraordinary face recognition ability. University of Worcester, 9 September 2019.
     

  • Jenkins, R. & Davis, J. P., Monks, C., Tsermentseli, S., Symons, A., Robertson, D., Stevenage, S. (2019). A positive relationship in cross-modal voice- and face-identity processing. British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section Annual Conference, Stoke-on-Trent, 4 September 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers with exceptional face memory: Research and applied implications. University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, 16 July 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers with exceptional face recognition ability: Research and applied implications. University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 10 July 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Miscarriages of justice and cognitive biases. Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic, 2 July 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Superior face recognisers: Enhancing police and security activities worldwide. Developments in facial identification from eyewitness testimony. Visionmetric, Stanton House Hotel, Swindon, Wiltshire, 30 May 2019.
     

  • Jenkins, R., & Davis, J. P. (2019, June). An exploration of cross-modal identity-processing abilities in faces and voices. University of East Anglia Postgraduate Researcher Conference: Your Voice Matters: Postgraduate Research in the Social Sciences​, Norwich, 17 June 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019, April). Research, consultancy, and enterprise in human face recognition, CCTV use, and investigative forensic psychology. Greenwich is Open: Driving Regional Strength through Business Support for National Impact, University of Greenwich, 30 April 2019, https://ktn-uk.co.uk/events/greenwich-is-open
     

  • Jenkins, R., & Davis, J. P. (2019). Exploring cross-modal identity-processing abilities in faces and voices. 10th Annual Conference of the British Society for the Psychology of Individual Differences. Brunel University, 5 April 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super-recognisers: Spotting faces in a crowd. London Fortean Society, Aldgate, London, 28 March 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Psychology at the University of Greenwich. Christ the Church School, Blackheath, 21 March 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). Super recognizers: Humans with extraordinary face recognition ability. World Game Protection Conference (WGPC). Las Vagas, USA, 3-6 March 2019. https://www.worldgameprotection.com/program/
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). The impact on crime detection of super-recognisers in the police. Police Headquarters, Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore, 11 February 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). The worldwide search for super-recognisers in the police, security and the general public. Unfamiliar Facial Identification Group Conference, Sydney, Australia, 7-8 February, 2019.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2019). The science behind the University of Greenwich super-recognition tests for policing and security. Les Super Physionomistes et Leur Employ dans la Police: Conference Internationale, Ministѐre de L’Intѐrieur, Lognes, Paris, France, 17 January 2019.

2018

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). Searching for super-recognisers in the police, business and the general public. Department of Psychology, Social Work, and Counselling Seminar Series, University of Greenwich, London, 6 December 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). The deployment of super-recognisers in policing and identity verification. The Chartered Society of Forensic Scientists Annual Conference, Northampton, 2 November 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). Super-recognisers in the police, security and identity verification. TJX Europe, Hemel Hempstead, 19 October 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). Super-recognisers in the police, security and identity verification. Association of Super-Recognisers, London, 12 September 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Forrest, C., Treml, F., & Jansari, A. (2018). Evaluating police super-recogniser’s ability to spot persons of interest in videoed crowds. British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section Annual Conference, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, 28 August 2018. 
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). Super-recognisers in the police, security and identity verification. Yoti, Chelmsford, Essex, 12 August 2018.
     

  • Jenkins, R., & Davis, J. P. (2018: poster). Relationships between face and voice recognition: A correlational study. 33rd Annual Conference for Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG), Huddersfield, 20 July 2018. 
     

  • Jenkins, R., & Davis, J. P. (2018: poster). The relationship between face and voice recognition: The search for super-voice-recognisers. 27th Annual Conference of the International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics (IAFPA), Huddersfield, 25 July 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). The deployment of police super-recognisers. Lebanon Police, and Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) visit, University of Greenwich, London, 23 July 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). Super-recognisers and ID from CCTV. Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic, 1-8 July 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). The deployment of police super-recognisers, Queensland Police Visit, University of Greenwich, London, 25 May 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018, invited talk). The deployment of super-face recognisers in policing, security, and identity verification. SRH Hochschule Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, 30 April 2018.
     

  • Smith, H.M.J., Andrews, S., White, D., Davis, J.P., Colloff, M.F., Baguley, T.S., & Flowe, H.D. (2018). A novel interactive face matching procedure: Performance of normal and superior face recognisers. Experimental Psychology Society: Leicester, 20 April 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). The deployment of super-face-recognisers in policing, security and identity verification. Qualtrics X4, London, 11 April 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018). Studying undergraduate psychology at the University of Greenwich. Christ the King School, Blackheath, 22 March 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018, invited talk). Superior human face processors: Making best use of computer-generated identity information. UK Government Biometrics Working Group, Kingdom of the Netherlands Embassy, London, 14 March 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018, invited talk). The deployment of police super-recognisers. Stuttgart Police Headquarters, Stuttgart, Germany, 9 March 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018, invited talk). Super-recognisers: Exceptional at face recognition, exceptional at crime fighting? South Essex College, Southend, 7 March 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018, invited talk). Recent developments in the study of super-recognisers. Super-Recognisers International Event, Borough, London, 19 February 2018.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2018, invited talk). Super-recognisers: Exceptional at face recognition, exceptional at crime fighting? Skeptics in the Pub, Worthing, 15 February 2018. 

2017

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, keynote). Searching for super-recognisers in the police and the general public. 8th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-2017), Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 15 December 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Durova, M. L., Dimou, A., Litos, G., & Daras, P. (2017). TooManyEyes: Super-recogniser directed identification of target individuals on CCTV. 8th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-2017), Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 15 December 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). Super-face-recognisers for policing and security. ASIS International, Westminster Cathedral, London, 8 December 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). What is a super-recogniser and how can their deployment enhance policing? University of Greenwich Research and Enterprise Training Institute: Launch Event, 6 December 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). Recent research in the study of super-recognisers. Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit Invited Speaker Series 2017/18, Goldsmiths, University of London, 28 Nov 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). The deployment of police super-recognisers. Netherlands Forensic Institute, Den Haag, Netherlands, 16 November 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017). The deployment of police super-recognisers. Qatar Police visit. University of Greenwich, London, 17 October 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). Super-face processors: Consistently exceptional at a range of face recognition and matching tasks? Face Recognition at its Best Workshop, University of Notre Dame (USA), London, 19 October 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). CCTV and recognition evidence by super-recogniser witnesses. Trading Standards Investigation Seminar Exeter Racecourse, Exeter, Devon, 5 October 2017.
     

  • Durova, M. D., Bretfelean, D., & Davis, J. P. (2017). The identification and deployment of police super-recognisers. Developments in Facial Identification from Eyewitness Testimony Workshop, Scalford Hall, Leicestershire, 7 September 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P., & Tamonytė, D. (2017). Masters of disguise: Super-recognisers’ superior memory for concealed unfamiliar faces. Proceedings of the 2017 Seventh International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST), Canterbury, 6-8 September 2017.
     

  • Bretfelean, L-D., & Davis, J. P. (2017). Super-recognition: Long term reliable memory of unfamiliar faces following a ‘fleeting glimpse’. Undergraduate Prize Winner, British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section (poster presentation), 30 August 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). The deployment of police super-recognisers. Munich Police Headquarters, Munich, Germany, 29 August 2017.
     

  • Ali, L., & Davis, J. P. (2017: poster). Super face recognisers have greater empathy, gregariousness and conscientiousness. PsyPAG Annual Conference, Northumbria University, July 2017. 
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017). Super-recognisers and ID from CCTV. Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic, 3 July 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017). CCTV and recognition evidence by super-recogniser witnesses. ID Law, Strand Palace Hotel, London, 6 April 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017). Feedback for CEOP. Child Exploitation and Online Protection, National Crime agency, London, 29 March 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017; public invited talk). Super-recognisers: Excellent at face recognition – excellent at crime fighting. City of London Police Museum, London, 16 March 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk).  Memory, eyewitness identification: Estimator and system variables. Staff Training Institute (Civil Service College), Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Kent Ridge, Singapore, 13 February 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). Confirmation biases. Staff Training Institute (Civil Service College), Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Kent Ridge, Singapore, 13 February 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017, invited talk). Identification from CCTV and super-recognisers. Staff Training Institute (Civil Service College), Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Kent Ridge, Singapore, 13 February 2017.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2017). Forensic facial identification. Yoti, London, 4 January 2017. 

2016

  • Davis, J. P. (2016; invited talk). Enhancing suspect identifications by testing the face recognition ability of law enforcement and security officers. Child Exploitation and Online Protection Conference, National Crime Agency, London, 22 November 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). The operational use of super-recognisers in policing and security. Advances in Security in the Digital Age: Global MSC Security Conference, Bristol, 15 November 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016). Super-recognisers. European Research Council Executive Agency, Brussels, Belgium, 3 November 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). New ways of harnessing images for law enforcement and national security. The Chartered Society of Forensic Scientists, Oxford, 21 October 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). Facial composites: A successful collaboration between technology and psychology. SIBGRAPI 2016: Workshop on Face Processing Applications: Biometrics and Beyond, São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil, 6 October 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016; invited talk). Facial super-recognisers: The survey that went viral. MR Week, Qualtrics, 29 September 2016.
     

  • Belanova, E. & Davis, J. P. (2016, poster). Cognitive and neuroscientific examination of the face memory of super-recognisers. British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 1 September 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and the general public from around the world. Elmbridge Village Luncheon Club, Cranleigh, Surrey, 26 July 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016). Super-recognisers and ID from CCTV. Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic 4 July 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). Super-recognisers in the general public and the police. Person Recognition in Security Settings Workshop, University of Portsmouth, 2 June 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). Testing Metropolitan Police Service super-recognisers and the LASIE project. Super-recognisers Workshop, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, 28 May 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Forrest, C., Maigut, A., Kamińska, K., & Jansari, A. (2016). Individual differences in upright and inverted face recognition, simultaneous face matching and object recognition ability throughout the adult lifespan. British Psychological Society: Annual Conference, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, 27 April 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). The diverse operational skills of police super-recognisers. Forensics Europe Expo, Olympia, London, 19-20 April 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016, invited talk). Super-recognisers in the Metropolitan Police Service. Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science, University College London, 16 March 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016, invited talk). Worldwide search for police super-recognisers. Security and Policing Exhibition: Home Office, Farnborough, 10 March 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016, invited talk). Research by the University of Greenwich into super-recognisers in London’s Metropolitan Police Service. Security and Policing Exhibition: Home Office, Farnborough, 8 March 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016: invited talk). Super-recognisers in London’s Metropolitan Police Service. Bangladesh Police Bureau of Investigation, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22 February 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016, invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and general public. Department of Psychology, University of Newcastle, 19 February 2016.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2016, invited talk). Memory, wrongful convictions, face blindness and super-recognition. Greenwich Volunteer Police Cadets, University of Greenwich, 3 February 2016.

2015

  • Davis, J. P. (2015). ‘Super-recognisers’ in the MPS. Visual Images, Identifications and Detections Office, Metropolitan Police Service, New Scotland Yard, London, 2 December 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015, invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and the general public. British Psychological Society: Wessex Branch. University of Winchester, 16 September 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015: keynote address). The empirical examination of superior face recognisers. IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal-based Surveillance (AVSS), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, 25-28 August, 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. & Battenti, K. (2015). The influence of clothing change on solo and group street identifications. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 24-27 June 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015). Super-recognisers in the London Metropolitan Police Service: Myth or marketing? Pre-SARMAC Face Day Workshop, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 23 June 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015, invited talk). Technology and face recognition. University of Central Lancashire, Preston, 10 June 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015). Memory, wrongful convictions, face blindness and super-recognition. Grand Challenges Memory Symposium, University of Greenwich, 6 June 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015, invited talk). 'Super-recognisers' in the Metropolitan Police: Do they all possess superior face recognition ability? York Applied Face Recognition Meeting, University of York, 4 June 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015, invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and general public. University of Hull, 15 April 2015.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2015, keynote). Super-recognisers: The theory of ‘Super Recognisers’: Practice, Law and Policy, Northumbria School of Law, University of Northumbria, 14 April 2015.

2014

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). Super-recognisers: “I never forget a face?” Security Twenty 14, London Heathrow, 28 October 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). The effective use of super-recognisers within the police service. Zurich Police visit, University of Greenwich, 27 August 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). Super-recognisers in the Metropolitan Police Service. The 10th Annual Forensic Research and Teaching Conference: Interfaces: Law and Science, Northumbria University, Newcastle, 3 July 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Kaldi, M., Albay, S., Kandemir, B., Heckert, D., Don, C., Dhillon, H., Richards, H., Durin, I., Dreczkowska, M., & Crossman, T. (2014). The ‘Brady Bunch’ lineup: Comparing video and photographic simultaneous and sequential lineups. European Association of Psychology & Law, St Petersburg, Russia, 28 June 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). I never forget a face! Cranleigh 41 Club, Cranleigh, Surrey, 4 June 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). The successful use of super-recognisers for identifying suspects from CCTV. CCTV Users Group Annual Conference, Daventry, 20 May 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Kaldi, M., Albay, S., Kandemir, B., Heckert, D., Don, C., Dhillon, H., Richards, H., Durin, I., Dreczkowska, M., & Crossman, T. (2014). The ‘Brady Bunch’ video lineup: A novel addition to the sequential vs. simultaneous debate. South East Eyewitness Network, University of Greenwich, 14 May 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). I never forget a face! Face recognition matters from the day we are born. U3A, University of Surrey, Guildford, 7 April 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). The effective use of super-recognisers within the police service. The National Security Inspectorate: National Congress. New Scotland Yard, 26 March 2014.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2014). CCTV, forensic facial identification and super-recognisers. The New CCTV Code of Practice: Maintaining Trust, Enhancing Security, Westminster Briefing: ETC Venues, One Drummond Gate, 28 January 2014.
     

  • Roberts, A., & Davis, J. P. (2014). Street identifications: Reliability and effect. The Evidence and Proof Forum, the City Law School, City University, 14 January 2014.

2013

  • Davis, J. P. (2013, Keynote). Super-recognisers in the police. 5th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP 2013). Kingston University, December 2013.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2013). Super-recogniser research and its application for UK police. The Investigator CCTV Conference in Association with 3rd Forensic, Aylesbury, 3 October 2013.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2013). Super-recognisers in the Metropolitan Police Service. Improving the Use of CCTV: Lessons learnt from the Riots 2011 Workshop. Metropolitan Police Service, New Scotland Yard, London, 18 September 2013.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2013). Facial composite creation can sometimes positively influence video lineup accuracy. South East Eyewitness Network, University of Greenwich, 8 May 2013.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2013). Identification from CCTV: Super-recognisers in the Metropolitan Police? National Video and Voice Identification Strategy Group, Woolston, Warwickshire, March 2013.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2013). Super-recognisers in the police: Exceptional at face recognition, highly meticulous or viewing the right CCTV footage at the wrong time - for the criminal? University of Kent Research Seminar Series, February 2013.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Thorniley, S., Gibson, S., & Solomon, C. (2013). The influence of creating E-FIT and EFIT-V facial composites on video lineup identification accuracy. Identifying the Suspect: Improving Facial Composites Workshop Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, January 2013.

2012

  • Davis, J. P. (2012: Keynote address). Super-recognition and prosopagnosia: The extremes of face recognition ability? International Workshop on Image Processing and Inverse Problems, Fuzhou University, China, December 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2012). Facial identification from CCTV: A cognitive examination of police officer ‘super-recognisers’. British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, September 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P., & Thorniley, S. (2012). The development of holistic face processing in children: A variation of the composite face effect. University of Greenwich Research & Enterprise Conference (poster), June 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2012). Facial identification from CCTV: A cognitive examination of police officer ‘super-recognisers’. University of Greenwich Research & Enterprise Conference, June 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2012). CCTV and recognition evidence by police witnesses. National Identity Seminar, Strand Palace Hotel, London, May 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2012). Identification from CCTV: Police officers with extraordinary face recognition ability? South East Eyewitness Network, University of Greenwich, May 2012.
     

  • Thorniley, S., & Davis, J. P. (2012: poster). The development of holistic face processing in children: A variation of the composite face effect. British Psychological Society: Annual Conference, London, April 2012.
     

  • Potts, R. J., & Davis, J. P. (2012: poster). The effect of eye-closure on accuracy of verbal description and subsequent face recognition. British Psychological Society: Annual Conference, London, April 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Lander, K., Evans, R., & Neville, M. (2012). Facial identification from CCTV: Investigating predictors of exceptional performance amongst police officers. European Association of Psychology & Law, Nicosia, Cyprus, April 2012.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2012). The influence of composite creation on lineup identification. University of Kent, 23 March 2012.

2011

  • Davis, J. P. (2011; symposium convenor). SEEN? A symposium of the BPS South East Eyewitness Network. British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, May 2011.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Valentine, T., Memon, A., & Roberts, A. (2011). Identification on the street: A survey of police use of street identification and other identification procedures. British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, May 2011.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Solomon, C., & Gibson, S. (2011). Comparing individual and morphed facial composites constructed using feature-based and holistic systems. American Psychology-Law Society Annual Meeting & 4th International Congress of Psychology & Law, Miami, Florida, USA, March 2011. 

2010

  • Davis, J. P., Sulley, L. Solomon, C., & Gibson, S. (2010). A comparison of individual and morphed facial composites created using different systems. IEEE International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies, University of Kent, Canterbury, September 2010.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2010). Miscarriages of justice. Inaugural UK Universities Young Thinker of the Year, Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster, June 2010.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2010). Identification on the street: A survey of police use of street identification and other identification procedures. British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, April 2010.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2010). Street identifications. National Identity Seminar, Strand Palace Hotel, London, March 2010.

2009

  • Davis, J. P. (2009). Identification from CCTV: What level of familiarity is required for accurate recognition? South East Eyewitness Network, University of Greenwich, November 2009.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2009). Morphing EFIT-Vs. EFIT Users Group Annual Conference, Bedfordshire, October 2009.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2009). Miscarriages of justice. Guerrilla Science, Secret Garden Party Music Festival, Huntingdonshire, July 2009.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2009). The influence of a street identification on a video lineup. South East Eyewitness Network, University of Greenwich, July, 2009.
     

  • Davis, J. P. & Valentine, T. (2009). Morphing facial composites improves the internal facial configurations to enhance recognition. British Psychological Society: Division of Forensic Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, June 2009.
     

  • Davis J. P. (2009). Identification on the street. School of Health and Social Care Research Day, University of Greenwich, April 2009.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2009). A field study of police use of street identification. Nuffield Foundation Eyewitness Research Workshop, Strand Palace Hotel, London, January 2009. 

2008

  • Davis, J. P. (2008). Identification on the street. Gravesend Grammar School, Kent, October 2008.
     

  • Davis, J. P., Valentine, T., & Thorner, K. (2008). Morphing facial composites improves the internal feature configurations to enhance recognition. British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section, University of Southampton, September 2008.
     

  • Davis, J. P., & Valentine, T. (2008). CCTV on trial: Comparing video images with the ‘defendant’ in the dock. The 13th Biennial Meeting of the International Association of Craniofacial Identification (IACI), University of Dundee, Scotland, July 2008.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2008). Street identification: An effective means of eliminating an innocent suspect or a cause of mistaken identification? European Association of Psychology and Law, Maastricht, the Netherlands, July 2008.

2007

  • Davis, J. P. (2007; Keynote address). Recent research on street identification. The 3rd Annual Metropolitan Police Visual Identification Conference, London, December 2007.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2007). Street identifications and their influence on later video lineups. British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section Conference, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, August 2007.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2007). CCTV on trial: Comparing video images with the ‘defendant’ in the dock. Scottish Face Recognition Society, University of Aberdeen, April 2007.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2007). CCTV on trial: Comparing video images with the ‘defendant’ in the dock. British Psychological Society (BPS) Annual Conference, University of York, March 2007.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2007). Why study the psychological factors involved in eyewitness testimony? Cranleigh Rotarian Club, January 2007.

2006

  • Davis, J. P. (2006). The recognition of morphed facial likenesses produced by a new evolutionary-algorithmic composite system. 4th International Conference on Memory (ICOM), University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, July 2006.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2006). The identification of faces in high-quality CCTV images. Experimental Psychology Society (EPS), London Meeting, January 2006.

2004

  • Davis, J. P. (2004). Who’s that girl? Dana Centre, Science Museum, London, November 2004.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2004). Matching identity of unfamiliar faces by witnesses. ICARIS Faces Workshop, Royal Society of the Arts, London, October 2004. 

2003

  • Scott, S. K., Rosen, S., Davis, J. P., Beaman, C. P., Wickham, L., & Wise, R. J. S. (2003). The neural systems processing attended and irrelevant speech studied with PET. British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, University of Reading, September, 2003.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2003: poster). Matching CCTV images with live actors. British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, University of Reading, September, 2003.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2003). Matching CCTV images with live actors present or not in the film. PsyPAG Annual Conference, Wolverhampton University, July 2003.
     

  • Davis, J. P. (2003). The use of CCTV images as forensic evidence. Goldsmiths College Research Weekend, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, May 2003.