Tiffany Elmore

Dr Tiffany Elmore BA, MSc, JD, PhD

Lecturer in Criminology

Dr. Tiffany Elmore joined the School of Law and Criminology in 2021. Her research focuses on errors in auditory eyewitness identification and the use of digital technology in crime reporting.

Tiffany obtained her PhD from City, University of London, her MSc in Psychology/Applied Behaviour Analysis from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), and BA in Psychology from Miami University (USA). She also holds a Professional Doctorate in Law from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law (USA).

Tiffany has previously volunteered with the Innocence Project in New York and has explored research on crimes against humanity among the Romani in Eastern Europe, genocide in Darfur, and Sharia law in Northern Nigeria.

Responsibilities within the university

  • Lecturer in Criminology
  • Module Leader, Criminological and Forensic Psychology (Level 5)
  • Joint Module Leader, Criminological Perspectives (Level 5)
  • Supervisor of undergraduate and postgraduate criminology dissertations
  • Personal Tutor for undergraduate and postgraduate criminology students

Awards

Goodenough College PhD Scholarship (£5,000) – 2016-17

Recognition

Member of the British Psychological Society

Research / Scholarly interests

Research interests include:

  • Eyewitness identification
  • Use of artificial intelligence in policing
  • Digital technology in crime reporting

Recent publications

Elmore, T., Healy, O., Lydon, S., & Murray, C. (2018). ‘An Evaluation of Teaching with Acoustical Guidance (TAGteach) for Improving Passing Skills among University Rugby Athletes’, Journal of Sport Behavior, 41(4), pp. 390-401.

Presentations

  • Fothergill, K. & Elmore, T. 2021. A Comparison of Psychometrically Assessed and Self-Assessed Cognitive Ability, Considering the Impact of Social Desirability, in a Population of Individuals Convicted of Sexual Offences (ICSO) [Poster]. BPS Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference, 15-16 June, Virtual.
  • Elmore, T. & Conway, M. 2018. The Effect of Cued Memory Recall Strategies on Word Identification and Voice Recognition [Poster]. International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, 10-12 May, Amsterdam, Netherlands.