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Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research

Research projects

The research conducted by the Centre focuses on developing solutions to share with police and other public safety agencies to increase their efficiencies and effectiveness in preventing/responding to crime. In doing so, the Centre provides learning opportunities for students, including applied and research skills.

The Centre also provides a forum for the dissemination of research and a secure research facility where data can be analyzed through modern data management systems.



Criminal Justice Students at the United Nations and Western Society of Criminology

Project leads: Amanda McCormick, Lauren Kempers, Caleigh West

Amanda McCormick, UFV Criminology and Criminal Justice Director, along with students Lauren Kempers and Caleigh West, presented groundbreaking research at the United Nations 63rd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Their project, focusing on enhancing women’s access to civil protective orders in domestic violence situations, garnered international attention and earned them an invitation to present at the IPES session in Belgrade later in 2019.

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