AELE Expert Witness/Litigation
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Name: Audrey L. Honig, Ph.D.
Address: Criminal Justice Consulting, 26103 Ravenhill Rd., Santa Clarita, CA 91387
Tel: (818) 429-0432 Mobile
Fax: (213) 652-1234
EXPERT/CONSULTANT INFORMATION [This has been completed by the person listed]
(1) Relevant prior and part-time employment, with dates:
2/86- Present: Chief Psychologist- Los
Angeles Sheriff's Department (full time). Provide management consultation
and training to all levels of the department.
1/85-Present: Private Consultant- Provide expert consultation and testimony to public/private entities.
(2) Degrees and relevant special training:
Ph.D- Licensed Clinical Psychologist
ICI (Institute of Criminal Investigations) Trained and Certified
Lifetime Community College Teaching Certificate
Specialized Training/Trainer in Interviewing and Interrogation
Trained as a Level Three POST Certified Reserve
(3) Other professional activities:
Advisor – Force Science Institute
IACP Past General Chair- Police Psychological Services Section
National Tactical Officers Association Member
California Homicide Investigators Association Member
California Association of Hostage Negotiators Member
Association of Threat Assessment Professionals Member
International Law Enforcement Training Association Member
Society of Police and Criminal Psychology Member
American Psychological Association Member
(4) Retainer information:
Full-Time Employee /Consultant - Los Angeles
County Sheriff's Department
90% Retained by Management
10% Retained by Employee
(5.) References: Upon request:
(6) Publications that contain your paid advertisements (since 1996): None
(7) Usual and customary fee:
$350.00/hour plus expenses
(8) Areas of Expertise and Experience
Note - Letter codes used
in front of the subject mean:
[R] Retention of a known unfit employee or negligent entrustment of a weapon
[T] Sexual harassment
[Q] SWAT Techniques, hostage & barricade situations
[T] Workplace violence
[R] Perceptual Distortions
(9) Types of cases you will not accept: N/A
(10) Other information relevant in evaluating your services:
Honig, A., Heal, C., (2009) Only Human: Psych Failings in Stressful Situations,
National Tactical Officers Association, Fall, 2009.
Honig, A. (2007) Facts refute long-standing myths about law enforcement officers,
National Psychologist, 16(5), September/October 2007.
Honig, A., & Lewinski, W., (2007) A Survey of the Research on Human Factors Related to
Lethal Force Encounters: Implications for Law Enforcement Training, Tactics and Testimony. Law Enforcement Executive Research Forum, 8(4), 2008.
Honig, A. (2006) Suicide by Cop: Reducing Personal and Organizational Liability Through
Investigation. The Journal of California Law Enforcement, April, 2005.
Honig, A., & Sultan, Steve E., (2004). Under Fire - Reactions and Resilience: What an Officer
Can Expect. Police Chief. Virginia: The International Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc., December, 2004.
Honig, A. (2001). Police Assisted Suicide: Incidence, Intervention and Investigation. The Police
Chief. Virginia: The International Association of Chief’s of Police, Inc., October 2001.
Trompetter, Philip & Honig, A. (1999). Risk Assessment in Barricade/Hostage Incidents.
The Tactical Edge, Summer, 1999.
Trompetter, Philip, Honig, A & Perrou, B (1999). Systematic Assessment of Imminent
Violence. The Tactical Edge, Summer, 1999.
Honig, A., (1991). A View of Force. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Publication.
Honig, A., & Carterette, E. C., (1978). Evaluation by Women Painters as a Function of Their Sex
and Achievement and Sex of the Judges. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, Vol. 11 (6), pps. 356-358.
POST Telecourse Development:
Interviewing and Interrogation
Use of Force
Suicide by Cop
Note: Additional information on invited presentations and workshops upon request.
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