Policing and law enforcement

The Dallas Patrol Management Experiment: Can AVL Technologies be Used to Harness Unallocated Patrol Time For Crime Prevention?

Year: 2015

Police Work in International Peace Operations Environments: A Perspective From Canadian Police Officers in the MINUSTAH

Geography: Canada
Year: 2015

Police Work and New ‘Security Devices’: A Tale from the Beat

Year: 2015

Police and Cameras

Year: 2016

Developing a Typology of Terrorism Involvement as a Basis to Planning for Sentencing, Management, Risk Reduction, Release and Monitoring of Terrorist Offenders

Year: 2015

The Importance of Reproduction in Evidence Based Policing: A Comment

Author(s): Huey– Laura
Year: 2015

‘This Isn’t What I Signed Up For’: When Officer Role Expectations Conflict with the Realities of General Duty Work in Rural Communities

Year: 2015
Description:

Abstract: Although some insight into the sources and scope of occupational stress among rural police officers exists, historically, researchers have focused largely on their policing styles, rather than the relationship – …

From Seeds to Orchards: Using Evidence-Based Policing to Address Canada’s Policing Research Needs.

Geography: Canada
Year: 2016

A method to detect criminal organizations from police data

Year: 2016

‘Just Being Mean to Somebody Isn’t a Police Matter’: Police Perspectives on Policing Cyber-bullying

Geography: Canada
Year: 2015
Description:

Abstract: Increasing public awareness of cyberbullying, coupled with several highly publicized youth suicides linked to electronic bullying, have led lawmakers and politicians to consider new criminal legislation specifically related to – …

Iterations of Olympic security: Montreal and Vancouver

Geography: Canada, Quebec
Year: 2015
Description:

Abstract: This article compares security dynamics at two Olympic Games hosted by Canada: Montreal (1976) and Vancouver (2010). It is the first study of security at the Montreal Olympics and – …

A group-based recidivist sentencing premium? The role of context and cohort effects in the sentencing of terrorist offenders

Geography: Quebec
Year: 2015
Description:

Despite recent interest in terrorism little is known about the sentencing of terrorist offenders, and the impact of cohort effects on the sentencing patterns of offenders over the course of – …

High Visibility Policing: Policing on Camera and the Crisis of Police Legitimacy

Year: 2015
Description:

The public now expects that police work will be video recorded. This challenges the foundational axiom that police work is a “low-visibility” occupation. Technological and social developments are rapidly making – …

Private Eyes: Private Policing and Surveillance

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2016
Description:

About the Book: The increasing privatization of security across the globe has been the subject of much debate and controversy, inciting fears of private warfare and even the collapse of – …

The Complex Ecology of Policing, Trust, and Community Partnerships in Counterterrorism

Year: 2015
Description:

About the Book: The violent attacks on journalists at Charlie Hebdo and shoppers in a Jewish supermarket in Paris in January 2015 raise important questions concerning security, terrorism, and the – …

Canada’s National Counterterrorism Strategy and Challenges of Community Based Intervention in Countering Radicalization: A Perspective.

Author(s): Ahmed– Kawser
Geography: Canada
Year: 2016

Neighbourhood Effects on Fear of Crime in Canada

Geography: Canada
Year: 2016
Description:

Fear of crime is a social problem with potentially serious consequences, including altering or restricting one’s behaviour. Changes to one’s routine for this purpose are known as constrained behaviours. Although – …

TSAS WP16-12: The Future of Right-Wing Terrorism in Canada

Geography: Canada, Mexico
Year: 2016
Description:

What is the range of likely scenarios for future right-wing terrorism in Canada, based on connections to radical movements in the US and Europe? Which factors or actions may mitigate – …

TSAS WP16-08: Analyzing the formal and informal roles of women in security and justice in Yemen: Reflections for future considerations

Author(s): Cook-- Joana
Geography: Yemen
Year: 2016
Description:

This paper is part of a larger project which examines the roles and agency of women in counterterrorism practices. This paper specifically asks: what formal and informal roles have women – …

Study 1 of 3: A Qualitative Examination of Radicalization and Susceptibility to Radicalization

Geography: Canada
Year: 2014
Description:

Correctional Service Canada (CSC) staff members recognize the complex, multi-faceted nature of radicalization, and are familiar with a wide range of behaviours indicative of radicalization or susceptibility to radicalization. Responses – …

Examining the Needs and Motivations of Canada’s Federally Incarcerated Radicalized Offenders

Author(s): Michel-- S | Stys--Y
Geography: Canada
Year: 2014
Description:

This study allowed for an enhanced understanding of the motivations and needs of radicalized offenders,Footnote 1 while providing the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) with further evidence that can be – …

Use of Programs and Interventions with Canada’s Federally Sentenced Radicalized Offenders

Author(s): Michel– S | Stys–Y
Geography: Canada
Year: 2014

Uneasy Alliances: A Look at the Right Wing Extremist Movement in Canada

Geography: Canada
Year: 2016
Description:

Despite the Canadian Security Intelligence Service’s recent concern with the growing threat from right-wing extremists nationwide, we have little contemporary scholarship on the far right movement in Canada and fewer – …

Securitizing’ Canadian Policing: A New Policing Paradigm for the Post 9/11 Security State?

Geography: Canada
Year: 2007

The Spatial Distribution and Social Context for Homicide in Toronto’s Neighbourhoods, 1988-2003

Author(s): Thompson– Sara
Year: 2014

The Spatial Distribution and Social Ecology of ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Homicide Types in Toronto: A Case for Data Disaggregation

Author(s): Thompson– Sara
Year: 2014

Police «globalisée» et déploiements canadiens dans les operations de paix

Author(s): Tanner-- Samuel
Geography: Canada
Year: 2002
Description:

Las operaciones internacionales por la paz han visto, en las últimas décadas, un marcado aumento del contingente policial, más conocido bajo el nombre de “UNPOL”. Dicha policía “globalizada” tiene por – …

The Constable in British Columbia: Police Training from the Academy to the Street

Year: 2013

Keeping promises: Logic models, and the design or a new classification of gang control strategies.

Year: 2013

Violent Extremist Risk Assessment: Development of the VERA 2 and Applications in the High Security Correctional Setting

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2014

The Importance of Both Opportunity and Social Disorganization Theory in a Future Research Agenda to Advance Criminological Theory and Crime Prevention at Places

Year: 2014

“‘I Don’t Find it Sexy at All’: Criminal Investigators’ Views of Media Glamorization of Police ‘Dirty Work.’

Year: 2015

Response of Front-line Officers to Suicide by Cop Incidents: Training in Use of Force Options and Crisis Intervention

Geography: North America
Year: 2015

Police Use of Deadly Force: International Comparisons and Research Issues

Year: 2015

Police «globalisée» et déploiements canadiens dans les operations de paix

Author(s): Tanner-- Samuel
Geography: Canada
Year: 2013
Description:

Les opérations internationales de paix ont vu ces dernières décennies une augmentation marquée de contingents policiers, mieux connus sous le nom d’UNPOL. Cette police « globalisée » a pour mission – …

TSAS WP14-10: Social Perspectives on National Security: A review of recent literature

Publisher: TSAS
Year: 2014
Description:

This review was commissioned by TSAS to survey the ways in which academic researchers have been trying to understand the experiences of exclusion by marginalized youth, and how these might – …

Illicit Drugs and International Security: Towards UNGASS 2016

Author(s): Gomis– Benoît
Publisher: Chatham House
Year: 2014

Rise of Self-Defense Groups Highlights Mexico’s State-Level Security Challenges

Geography: Mexico, North America
Year: 2014
Description:

The inhabitants of Michoacan, a state on Mexico’s Pacific coastline, must feel a grim sense of deja vu regarding recent developments surrounding organized crime-related violence in the region. Seven years – …

‘All It Takes Is One TV Show to Ruin It’: A Police Perspective on Police-Media Relations in the Era of Expanding Prime Time Crime Markets

Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2011
Description:

In this article, we draw on interviews conducted with Canadian police investigators for a study of mass media representations of police work to better understand their unique perspectives on the – …

Inside Criminal Networks

Publisher: Springer
Year: 2009

The Mobility of Stolen Guns in Quebec

Publisher: Springer
Year: 2013
Description:

Research on crime guns has traditionally focused on the time-to-crime measure. This study shifts the focus to guns that entered the illegal firearm market through thefts. This subset of guns – …

Coercion, Control, and Cooperation in a Prostitution Ring

Year: 2014
Description:

Coercion and control are key components of the dominant narrative on sex trafficking, but the power and exchange relations between some of the key players in trafficking have not been – …

We Don’t Have These Laser Beams and Stuff Like That’: Police Investigations as Low-Tech Work in a High-Tech World

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2012

TSAS WP14-05: The Effectiveness & Effects of Canada’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Teams

Publisher: TSAS
Year: 2014
Description:

This paper is part of a larger project that studies the emergence of the idea of integration together with its implications. This paper asks: how has the idea of integration – …

The Criminal Ecology of Payment Systems: How ‘Identity Theft’ Evolved from Plastic Counterfeiting to ‘Crime of the Century’

Author(s): Dupont-- Benoit
Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2012
Description:

Benoit Dupont offers an alternative analytical framework that relies on the concept of coevolution between “identity theft” as we know it and the development of a new payment system from – …

Invisible Victims: Homelessness and the Growing Security Gap

Author(s): Huey– Laura
Year: 2012

Maintenir la Paix en Zones Postconflit: Les Nouveaux Visages de la Police

Year: 2012

Radicalization in North America: A Strategic Approach to Prevention

Geography: North America
Year: 2012

The Diffuse Border: Intelligence-Sharing, Control and Confinement along Canada’s Smart Border

Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2008
Description:

Taking its cue from Deleuze’s reading of Foucault’s notion of apparatus (dispositif), this article explores the assemblage of mechanisms, institutions, discourses and practices that came to be conceptualized as a – …

The Oxford Handbook on Ethnicity, Immigration, and Crime

Year: 2014