Rick Linden

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Degrees:

B.A.  University of Alberta

M.A. University of Alberta

Ph.D. University of Washington

Courses Taught:

Criminology, Criminal Justice, Policing, Research Methods

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Books

2019    Criminology: A Canadian Perspective, 9th Edition. Toronto: Nelson. 

2017    Sociology in Our Times, 7th Edition. Toronto: Nelson. With Diana Kendall and Jane Murray.

Papers and Chapters

2019    "A Comprehensive Approach to Auto Theft: The Winnipeg Auto Theft Suppression Strategy". Forthcoming in Michael Scott and Ronald Clarke (eds.), Problem-Oriented Policing: Successful Case Studies. Oxon: Taylor & Francis. Forthcoming.

2018    "Leadership and Change in Winnipeg's Smart Policing Initiative". Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. Online first, November, 2018. With Ryan Catte.

2018    "Preventing Vehicle Crime." Pp. 367-397 in Mario Tenca and Emiliano Mendez Ortiz (eds.) Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety for Latin America.  Buenos Aires: Edicinones Didot. Published in Spanish for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. With Ryan Catte and Matthew Sanscartier.

2017    "Preventing Vehicle Crime." In Mario Tenca (ed.) Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety for Latin America.  Geneva: United Nations.  With Ryan Catte and Matthew Sanscartier.

2014    "Why Steal Cars: A Study of Young Offenders Involved in Auto Theft". Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 56: 241-259

2011    "An Evaluation of the Waterloo Restorative Justice Elder Abuse Project".  Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 23: 127-146. With Arlene Groth

2010    "Research, Policy Development, and Progress: Antisocial Behaviour and the Automobile." Canadian Public Policy 36:81-93.  With Robert Mann, Reginald Smart, Evelyn Vingilis, Robert Solomon, Erika Chamberlain, Mark Asbridge, Jurgen Rehm, Benedikt Fisher, Gina Stoduto, Piotr Wilk, Michael Roerecke, Cindy Trayling, and David Weisenthal.

2010    "An Evidence-Based Approach to Community Safety."  International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies. Volume 1 (January): 57-82. 

2008    “Corporate and White-Collar Crime.”  Pp. 498-536 in Rick Linden (ed.), Criminology:  A Canadian Perspective 6th ed.  Toronto: Nelson.  With John Hagan.

2007    “Obstacles on the Road to Peace and Justice: The Role of Civilian Police in Peacekeeping”.  Pp.149-175 in Crafting Transnational Policing: Police Capacity-Building and Global Policing Reform. Andrew Goldsmith and James Sheptycki (eds.)  Oxford: Hart Publishing.  With Chris Murphy and David Last.

2007    “Policing Palestine: Civilian Police Lessons for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.”  Pp. 136-157 in Kobi Michael and David Kellen (eds.), Stabilizing the Israeli-
Palestinian Bi-Level Conflict Zone: Considerations for a Multinational Peace Support Operation
.  Jerusalem: Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  With David Last and Chris Murphy.

2007    “Situational Crime Prevention: Its Role in Comprehensive Prevention Initiatives.”  IPC Review.  Volume 1 (March): 139-159.

2005    “The Need for Comprehensive Crime Prevention Planning: The Case of Motor Vehicle Theft”.  Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice.  Vol. 47, Number 2 (April): 251-270. With Renuka Chaturvedi.

2005    “Issues in Aboriginal Policing.”   Saskatchewan Law Review.  Vol. 68, Number 2: 303-311.

2005    “Future Directions in Community Policing: Evaluation of the Ottawa Police Service Community Police Centres.” Canadian Review of Police Research.  Issue 2:10-17. With Francois Dumaine.

RESEARCH GRANTS

2015    Grant of $25,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a study of Antisocial Behaviour and the Automobile. With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2014    Grant of $120,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a Study of Antisocial Behaviour and the Automobile.  With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2012    Grant of $362,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a Study of Antisocial Behaviour and the Automobile.  With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2009    Grant of $158,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a National Study of Automobile Crime.  With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2009    Grant of $20,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a National Study of Automobile Crime.  With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2007    Grant of $380,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a National Study of Automobile Crime.  With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2005    Grant of $435,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a National Study of Automobile Crime.  With Robert Mann and Reginald Smart.

2005    Grant of $25,000 from Law Commission of Canada for Evaluation of the Waterloo Restorative Justice Approaches to Elder Abuse Project.

2003    Research Grant of $38,000 from AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence for a National Study of Auto Theft.

2002    Research Grant of $30,000 from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for a study of Governance of Policing and Security: Police as Peacekeepers.  With Chris Murphy.

 

updated: April 2017