Andy is recognised as an international expert on investigation and investigative interviewing with a range of academic and professional publications since 2003.

He is the the co-author of the leading handbook on investigative interview techniques, Investigative Interviewing; The Conversation Management Approach published in 2013 in conjunction with his mentor and long-term collaborator Professor Eric Shepherd. This book has been purchased by investigators across the globe and is renowned for its practical approach to this complex subject.

He is also Editor of The Psychology of Criminal Investigation: From Theory to Practise (2018). In a world where evidence based practise is seen as both desirable and efficient this book assesses just how much research theory has been adopted by policing worldwide. The chapters in this book are jointly written by leading academics and practitioners. This project was conceived and completed with his long time academic supervisor Professor Becky Milne and reflects their belief in the benefit of collaborations between academics and practitioners to improve investigation and criminal justice.

  • Milne, R., Griffiths, A., Clarke, C., and Dando, C. The cognitive interview – a tiered approach in the real world (2019).  In Schwartz, B. L., Dickinson, J., Schreiber Compo, N., Carol, R., & McCauley, M. (Eds.) Evidence based investigative interviewing. New York: Routledge.


  • Bull, R., & Griffiths, A. (2019). Advocating PEACE: Will it make people cross? In P. Cooper, & L. Hunting. (Eds.) Access to Justice for Vulnerable people (pp. 236-259). London, UK. Wildy


  • Griffiths, A., & Milne, R. (2018) Eds. The Psychology of Criminal Investigation: From Theory to Practise. London, Routledge.


  • Griffiths, A., & Rechlow, A. (2018). From Interrogation to investigative interviewing. In A. Griffiths, & R. Milne (Eds). The Psychology of Criminal Investigation: From Theory to Practise. London, Routledge.


  • Griffiths, A., & Milne, R. (2018). Confessional to Professional. A brief history of interviewing with suspects in England and Wales. In I. Belkin, C. Lui, & A. Gao, (Eds). Questioning Police Interrogation Methods: A Comparative Study. Bejing. China Law press.


  • Griffiths, A. & Walsh, D. (2017). Qualitative analysis of qualitative evaluation: An exploratory examination of investigative interviewers’ reflections on their performance. Psychology, Crime & Law.


  • Walsh, D., Griffiths, A. & King, M. (2017). Evaluating interviews with suspects which search for the truth: but are investigators self-assessments of their own skills truthful ones? Psychology, Crime & law. Published online 9th Mar 2017.


  • Grifftihs, A. (2016). The Tipping point for Interrogation. Innocence Blog. The Innocence Project. New York. February 26th.


  • Geisleman, E., Dando, C., Mcleod, N., & Griffiths, A. (2015) Interviewing Adult Witnesses and Victims. In G. Oxburgh, T. Mykelbust, T. Grant, & B. Milne (Eds.) Communication In Forensic Contexts: Integrated Approaches from Psychology, Linguistics and Law Enforcement (pp79-106). Chichester; Wiley.


  • Griffiths, A. (2014) Confessional to Professional: A brief history of police interviewing in England and Wales. Conference Proceedings from Interviewing Suspects; Best practice, models and methods. European advisory group to the Republic of Armenia. Yerevan, Armenia April 10-11. (Armenian and English)


  • Griffiths, A., Haywood, P., Prior, J. & Milne, R. (2014) Interview Style and effective questioning. In In R.Schellingen, & N. Scholten, N. (Eds). Het verdachtenverhoor: meer dan het stellen van vr (Interviewing Suspects: not only a matter of asking questions) Wolters Kluwer Belgium NV, Mechelen (BE)


  • Yves, M., Griffiths, A., Cyr, M, Gabbert, F., Carmans, M., Sellie, C., Brunea, G., & Powell, M. (2014) Training in Investigative Interviewing: Observations and Challenges. In M.St.Yves (Ed) Investigative Interviewing. The Essentials. Carswell; Toronto. (English and French)


  • Shepherd, E., & Griffiths, A., (2013) Investigative interviewing: The Conversation Management Approach (2nd Ed). Oxford University Press, Oxford.


  • Griffiths, A., (2012) How the UK police interview suspects. Innocence Blog, Innocence Project New York. 21st


  • Griffiths, A., Milne, R., & Cherryman, J. (2011). A question of control? The formulation of suspect and witness interview strategies by advanced interviewers. International Journal of Police Science and Management 13(3), 255-267.


  • Griffiths, A., & Milne, R. (2010). The application of cognitive interview techniques as part of an investigation. In A. Ireland, and M. Fisher (Eds.), Consulting and advising in forensic practice: Empirical and practical guidelines. Wiley, Chichester.