Kelli Callahan

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
M.S. Forensic Psychology

Dr. Callahan's 31-year career spans employment in various capacities including law enforcement, crime scene investigations, crime scene processing, evidence analysis, death investigations, probation and parole, corrections, sex offender assessment and treatment, officer selection and training, and P.O.S.T. academy instructor. During her time with various agencies, she has had the opportunity to work in numerous specialty units which have included sex crimes, crimes against children, stalking, gangs, domestic and family violence, high-risk juveniles, and serious mentally ill (SMI) offenders. Dr. Callahan possesses a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Psychology, a Master's Degree in Forensic Science (M.F.S.), a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology (B.S.), (forensic emphasis), and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology (B.A.) (forensic emphasis). Dr. Callahan's research interests include forensic psychology, biopsychosocial criminology, sexually-based violent crimes, sexually violent predators (SVP's), and multicide.


PhD, Walden University

MS, National University

BS, Boise State University

BS, Boise State University