Roger Branche, Ph.D. 

Dr. Roger Branche is an Adjunct Faculty at the International Psychology (IP) Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP). He has a criminal intelligence background and has been instrumental in initiating the use of polygraph exams and psychometric testing in the Caribbean law enforcement community over the last 20 years. He has worked extensively with UK and US law enforcement agencies, as a contractor, applying culturally appropriate screening protocols to identify personnel for specialized crime-fighting operations in several African countries. Dr. Branche provides a comprehensive evaluation of suitable officers assessed on their integrity, intellectual capacity and psychological profile, also identifying those with a high risk of criminal activity. 

Currently, Dr. Branche adjudicates asylum cases and has a research interest in immigrant acculturation and mental health stigma  in the law enforcement community in developing nations. 

Academically, Dr. Branche has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, a Master’s in International Business, a Master’s in Forensic Psychology, and a Ph.D. in International Psychology (Trauma).  

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