The Distinguished Contribution to Forensic Psychology is granted annually, at the discretion of the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology. The award is announced in October and the recipient is invited to present an address at AP-LS the following year. The Executive Committee may seek nominations for the award, and anyone wishing to make a nomination may contact a member of the Executive Committee to do so.
|2011||Mary Alice Conroy|
|2009||Diane Follingstad||Increasing Complexity: Resisting Simplification in Forensic Psychology|
|2008||Randy Otto||On Improving Forensic Evaluation Practices|
|2005||Daniel Shuman||Rethinking Compensation for Mental and Emotional Harm|
|1993||Charles Patrick Ewing|