2015 News

December 31, 2015 by CrimSL Communications

Prof Mariana Valverde discusses New Toronto Police Officers in the Toronto Star.

Prof Kelley Hannah-Moffat discusses the implications of a correctional worker’s strike in the Toronto Star Ontario jail guards’ impending strike threatens prisoner rights: expert

Column in The Toronto Star by Roy McMurtry and Tony Doob, Four Fixes for Canada’s Broken Justice System

A new research report by Mariana Valverde and Jacqueline Briggs, PDF iconThe University as Developer

Tony Doob, Victoria Sytsma and Scot Wortley were interviewed by The Varsity for its story Terrible Things Happen, on students with criminal histories.

How to consult in gentrifying neighbourhoods by Prof. Mariana Valverde in Spacing Magazine.

Prof. Mariana Valverde is interviewed on the Uber controversy in Toronto.

Professor Mariana Valverde gave a keynote speech at the Brazilian Empirical Legal Studies Association Annual Conference entitled: PDF iconWhat counts as theory, today? A post-philosophical framework for socio-legal empirical research

Professor Emeritus Anthony Doob writes on The Harper Decade: The Conservative Take on Crime Policy

Centre alumnus Akwasi Owusu-Bempah writes in the Globe and Mail : The End of Carding is just the Beginning.

Professor Matt Light and former Centre postdoc and CLTA assistant professor Gavin Slade have co-edited a special issue of Theoretical Criminology on crime and criminal justice in the post-Soviet region.

Junior Fellow Kyle Kirkup pens an article in the Globe and Mail titled It’s Unstoppable: Same-sex marriage is coming to the U.S.

PhD candidate Katharina Maier has been awarded one of the Vanier CSG Scholarships for her research project, “Half way to freedom? How female offenders rebuild their lives within the halfway house setting.” Congratulations!