Christopher E. Kelly, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA (USA). For the past decade, Dr. Kelly has been at the forefront of studying humane and effective interrogation methods, and translating his research into practice. With funding from the Departments of Justice, Defense, and Homeland Security, Dr. Kelly has collaborated with large American police departments to examine emerging investigative interviewing approaches in the field, having conducted a field experiment with the Philadelphia Police Department and a training evaluation of science-based interviewing with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Currently, Dr. Kelly and his team are developing a validated training course on evidence presentation methods. In addition to his grant activity, publishing, and presentations to academic and practitioner audiences, Dr. Kelly is a sought-after expert around the world, ranging from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia to the State Prison Service of the Kyrgyz Republic. Dr. Kelly serves on the editorial boards of Psychology, Public Policy, and Law and Legal and Criminological Psychology, and he is an active member in the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (iIIRG).