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1 Ryan Villareal Al Mark Lago

Crimes Committed Against Person in the Municipality of Ivisan and Sigma, Capizin the

Year 2008 Mrs. Verna Belarmino 2 Gretchel Caldea Mery Joy

Problems Encountered by the Philippine Coast Guard Personnel

in their Operation Against Contraband at Culasi Port, Roxas

Mr. Jocel Sitjar

3 Marie ChrisIvy Alvarez Doong

Programs Implemented by the Bureau of Jail Management and

Penology and Its Degree of Implementation

Dr. Maxima Pontilar

4 Joven BibalGenesis Mambusao

Causes of Juvenile Delinquency at

Barangay Punta Tabuc, Roxas City Dr. MaximaPontilar

Monica Liza Bellosillo

Joemar Gallano

Causes of Juvenile Delinquency as Perceived by the City Social

Welfare and Development Personnel in the City of Roxas

Dr. Amelita Simon

6 AnabelleAzarcon Maybel Castor

Problems Encountered by Sigma Police Personnel in the Implementationof Municiapl Traffic Ordinance for the Year

2009 Prof. Pederito Apuyo 7 Gretchen Bañez Hannah de Matias Problems Encountered by Prisoners at Capiz Rehabilitation

Center and Its Degree of Seriousness

8 John RenanDeseo Ronel Burro

Crime Prevention Program Implemented by Panay and Pontevedra PNP as Perceived by

Brgy. Chairmen

9 EbacuadoAnnaliza Diza Delmo

Crimes Committed Against Person at Dao CApiz for the Year

2008 Dr. Edna Nava

10 JosephineAltamia Wincy Brillo

Problems Encountered by Barangay Mongpong Tricycle

Operators Regarding the Operation of Colorum

Prof. Vivian A. Alejaga

11 Regie Laveros Andy laveros Municipality of Sigma Capiz forCrimes Committed in the

the Year 2008 Mr. Rico Infante 12 Albert de Jose

Barredo Station for the Year 2008 13 Antonio Bantillo, Jr. Welmark Villaruz

Problems Encountered by the Bantay Dagat Task Force of Balud, Masbate on Illegal Fishing

Dr. Herminia Gomez

14 Jenny GeveroMaricel Valenzuela

Difficulties Encountered by Balasan Philippine National Police on Drug

Related Cases Dr. Edna Nava

15 Nick Cartujano Jeffry Taba Fire Prevention Programs of the Roxas City Fire Station Dr. Lucy Beluso

16 Jerel EstorqueRaymund Alovera

Job Related Problems Encountered by Policewomen in

the Second District of Capiz Dr. Lucy Beluso

Cherry Ann Valiente

Jecil Descalzota

Problems Encountered by the Police Personnel of Jamindan Police Station during Municipal

Festivities Dr. Herminia B. Gomez 20 BuenvenidaJober Client Celino Problems Encountered in Conducting Patrol During Night

time by the Barangay Officials and Tanod at Barangay BAybay

and Culasi, Roxas City

Prof. Pederito Apuyo

21 Sarah MayObrigue Rosalie Lopez

Modus operandi of Thieves Opeating at Brgy. Bergante and

Balet, Mambusao, capiz Dr. Eduardo Duero 22 Andy Olivar Erve Basto Causes of Juvenile Delinquency atBarangay Libas, Roxas City in the

23 Alden Tumlos Regie Diaz

Causes of Hold-up Cases at Barangay Bayuyan and Goce Pres. Roxas Capiz as Perceived by

Barangay Officials.

Mrs. Verna Belarmino

24 MartizanoReymer Airon Valbarez

Police Community Relation Programs of Altavas Aklan as Implemented by by the Philippine

National Police

25 Bernabe Angela Aiza Ducanez

Problem Encountered by the Civilian Volunteer Officers (CVO) in Conducting Patrol During Night

Time at BArangay Banica and Mongpong, Roxas City

Dr. Lucy A. Beluso 26 John Vincent Amorin Vernie Deciembre Problemsd Encountered by Foodstall Owners at SEafoods Plaza Barangay Baybay Roxas

City Dr. Maxima Pontilar 27 Riecon Cabayao Ira Baarde

Causes and Effect of Juvenile Delinquency as Perceived by the

Officials of Barangay II and

Barangay Banica, Roxas City 28 Christian ReaWalter

Peace and order Programs of the Police Personel in the Municipality

of Sigma Capiz for the Year 2009 Ms. Leira Bermudo 29 Manilyn deJaime

Caryn Alovera

Problems Encountered by Panitan Police Station in Conducting

Investigation at the Crime Scene Mr. Rico Infante

30 Glenn Fusin Robert Lim

Implementation of Crime Prevention Programs by the Philippine Motivational Police of

Tapaz, Capiz for the 2008

Mrs. Verna Belarmino 31 Khen Mark Ilagan Venus Inosantos

Perception of Philippine National Police Personnel on the Causes of

Crimes Against Person in the Municipality of Maayon Capiz for

the Year 2008

Ms. Vivian Alejaga


32 Herwin Legarda Joe Mark Vigo

Problems Encountered by the Jamindan PNP in the

Implementation of PCR Programs for the Year 2008

PSPT E. Tupaz

33 Sarah Jane Esteves Sheryl Hurtada Security Measures Adopted byCuartero National High School for the Year 2008-2009

Mr. Pederito Apuyo, Jr.

34 Jovan Andone Loven Gaan

Problems Encountered by the Sigma Police Station Personnel in

the Maintenance of Peace and Order during Market DAy

Mr. Rico Infante

37 Jon Makiv Umiten Romel Vega

Problems Encountered by the Ivisan and Sapitan Police Personnel and Bantay Dagat Task Force in the Prevention of

Illegal Fishing Activity

Mr. Pederito Apuyo

38 John Romil Distor Michael Blances

Violence Against Women and their Children Committed in Selected Municipalities in the First District of Capiz for the year

Dr., Lucy A. Beluso

39 Richard Llorente Melvin Candido

Problems Encountered by the Mambusao PNP Personnel in the

Implementation of Crime Prevention Programs for the Year

Mr. Rexes Dadivas

40 Robilyn Evaristo Jean Baylon Disaster Preparedness Programof the Provincial Disaster

Coordinating Council Mr.Jocel Sitjar 41 Klenth De Martin

Arjay Cereneo in Maintaining Peaceand Order. Carangay CAbugao, Roxas City

42 Homer Escarnuela John Rey Agliparia

Problems Encountered by the Roxas City PNP in Maintaining

Peace and Order during Activities

43 Keith Valenzuela Marcelo Orocio Materials to Inmates at CapizProhibition of Dangerous Rehabilitation Center

44 Gerry Boy Borleo Mark Loren BAsence

Problems Encountered by the CPPO Personnel In the Implementation of PCR Programs

for the year 2008

Mr. Rexes DAdivas

45 Jomer Salvador Vicente Bueno Personnel as Perceived by thePolice Image of Sapian Police Barangay Officials

46 April Mae Isanan Kay Dafny Javier

Problems Encountered by hte DSWD Personnel in Dealing with Minor Offenders on the Province

PINSP Efren Alovera

47 Mary Shiela MaeDaliva Vianabe Villareal

Problems Encountered by the PNP in the Implementation of PCR Program at Maayon Capiz

for the Year 2008

Ms. Leira Bermudo

48 Novielyn Rebustis Mary Lyn Valles Causes of Drug Addiction by Minors inBarangay Lonoy, Roxas City as Perceived by the Residents

49 Jacquilyn Arapol Erna Henorga

Problems encountered by the Bureau of Jail management and Penology Personnel in the Supervision of Inmates and Prisoners

Dr. Edna M. Nava

50 Fritzie Gemino Lanie Llano

Problems encountered in the Implementation of the Juveniles Justice and Welfare Act of 2006 (RA 9344) in the Municipality of Jamindan and Mambusao, Capiz

Dr. Eduardo A. Duero

51 Wenrey Valleno Charles Lata

Problems Encountered by the Barangay Officials of Burias and Batobato, mabusao, Capiz in the Implementation of Barangay Ordinances

Dr. Edna M. nava

52 RandyBesana Joan Buhay Factors Affecting Job Performance ofPanay Philippine National Police

Personnel Mr. Rxxers Dadivas, Jr.

53 John Henry Buenvenida Junmar Ubay

Causes of Crimes Agfainst Property at barangay Tanque and Inzo Arnaldo Village as Perceived by the Barangay Officials

54 Ariel Samillano Roy D. Pauba Status of Traffic Accidents in Roxas City Dr. Lucy A. Beluso

55 Eader Satche Besana Sadam Dizon

Problems encountered by the Philippine National Police Perosnnel in the Implementation of Crime Prevention at Maayon Capiz

Mr. PederitoN, Apuyo, Jr.

56 Mark Anthony Badana Gelvic Estampador Problems of the Police Investigator in theConduct of Criminal Investigation in the first and second district of Capiz

Dr. Amelita M. Simon

57 Gerry Dellomos, Jr. John Ian Loyola Problems encountered by the LupongTagapamayapa of BArangay Barra and

Libas, Roxas City in Settling Disputes Ms. Vivian A. alejaga

58 Ian Ray AstrolabioNeftalee Acepcion Franky Calvez

Extent of Implementation of the Rules and Regulations by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) on the Operation of Colorum as Perceived by Dayao Tricycle Drivers

Ms. Vivian A. Alejaga

59 Mark Anson Besa Dodie Boy Billan Measures for Disaster Victims in thePhilippine National Police Safety Municipality of Ivisan

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SY 2021-2022

  • The Academic Motivation and Study Habits of Freshmen Criminology Students under “New Normal” in Selected Universities and Colleges in Batangas City Presenter:  Dr. Merwina Lou Bautista and Renato Dimaano  [1st Best Research Presentation] Event: LAYAG International Research Conference 2022 hosted by Lumina Foundation for Integral Human Development and Network of Professional Researchers and Educators.   Date: June 25, 2022
  • Identifying Digital Tools and Its Impact to law Enforcement Presenter:  Dr . Annalie D. Patena  [2nd Best Research Presentation] Event: LAYAG International Research Conference 2022 hosted by Lumina Foundation for Integral Human Development and Network of Professional Researchers and Educators.   Date: June 25, 2022
  • Law Enforcement Strengths, Opportunities, and Challenges in Maintaining Peace And Order in Multicultural Communities of CALABARZON Region  Presenter:  Dr. Torres Kristelle Anne & Dr. Tomas C. Cabrillas, Jr  [3rd Best Research Presentation] Event: LAYAG International Research Conference 2022 hosted by Lumina Foundation for Integral Human Development and Network of Professional Researchers and Educators.   Date: June 25, 2022

SY 2020-2021

  • Challenges Confronting Pnp Drug Busting Operations: Basis For Improved Practices Presenter: Mrs. Ederlina B. Escabel Event: 14th Network of CALABARZON Educational Institution (NOCEI) Research Forum and 1st Virtual NOCEI Research Forum “Amidst Adversities and Opportunities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (FIRE): Transcending Global Crisis Towards a Redefined and Recovering Society” Date: May 21, 2021

SY 2019-2020

  • Socio-Demographic Profile of Drug Personalities Under PNP’s Oplan Tokhang and their Motivation for Reformation Presenter: Ms. Ederlina B. Escabel Event: 4th National Research Conference on Arts, Science and Health Venue: Villa Caceres Hotel, Naga City, Philippines Date: November 27-29, 2019
  • Implementation of Risk Management in a Higher Education Institution Presenter: Dr. Annalie D. Pateña Event: International Conference on Culture Technology and Society (IRConTeCS) Venue: Bicol State College of Applied Sciences and Technology (via zoom) Date: December 18-20, 2020

SY 2018-2019

  • Implementation of Anti-Violence against Women Act of 2002 (RA 9262) in the Province of Mindoro Presenter: Mrs. Rowena E. Mojares Event: 11th Asian Criminology Society Conference with the theme: “ Contextualizing Challenges in Criminology and Criminal Justice in Asia” Venue: Cebu City Date: June 23-26, 2019
  • Challenges Confronting Regional Mobile Force Battalion in Conducting Internal Security Operations Presenter: Dr. Merwina Lou Bautista Event: 11th Asian Criminology Society Conference with the theme: “ Contextualizing Challenges in Criminology and Criminal Justice in Asia” Venue: Cebu City Date: June 23-26, 2019
  • The State Agents’ Abuse of Human Rights against Female Inmates Detained at the Batangas City Jail for Drug Offenses Presenter: Zosimo C. Bolaños, JD Event: 3 rd National Research Conference on Arts, Science and Health Venue: Talisay City, Negros Occidental Date: October 16-18, 2018
  • Correlational Study of Internship and Academic Performance of Criminology Students in one Private University in the Philippines Presenter: Annalie D. Pateña Event: 3 rd National Research Conference on Arts, Science and Health Venue: Talisay City, Negros Occidental Date: October 16-18, 2018
  • Campus Safety and Security Management of Selected Higher Educational Institutions in Laguna Presenter: Dr. Merwina Lou A. Bautista Co-author: Kristine Joy M. Agabin Event: 2019 World Interdisciplinary Research Conference Venue: Avana Bangkok Hotel, Thailand Date: May 29-31, 2019
  • Correlational Study on the Internship and Academic Performance of Criminology Students in one Higher Education Institution in the Philippines Presenter: Annalie D. Pateña Co-author: Ederlina Baral, Rowena Mojares Event: 2019 World Interdisciplinary Research Conference Venue: Avana Bangkok Hotel, Thailand Date: May 29-31, 2019

SY 2017-2018

  • Perspective on the Proposed Policy of Mandatory Sim Card Registration: A Crime fighting Technique in the Province of Batangas Presenter: Rowena Mojares Event: 12th NOCEI  Research Forum, “Redesigning Research and Innovation in CALABARZON Region towards Inclusivity, Relevance, and Competitiveness” Venue: LPU-St. Cabrini School of Health Sciences in Sto. Tomas, Batangas Date: April 27, 2018
  • The Threats of Transnational Crimes in Batangas Province, Philippines: Basis for Action Plan Presenter: Dr. Zosimo C. Bolaños Event: World Interdisciplinary Research Conference 2018 Venue: Bangkok, Thailand Date: April 5-7, 2018

SY 2015-2016

1. Work Engagement among Employees of Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas Authors: Merwina Lou Bautista Event: 2nd National Research Conference on Arts, Sciences and Health 2015 Venue: LPU-Batangas Date: September 28-29, 2015

2. Risk Probability, Asset Vulnerability and Security Practices of LPU-Batangas: Basis for Enhanced Security Program Authors: Merwina Lou Bautista & Rowena Mojares Event: 1st CALABARZON Research Summit Venue: LPU-Cavite Date: Nov. 20-22, 2013

3. The Police Crime Prevention Strategies Implemented by the PNP in Batangas Province Author: Mr. Jeffrey Arrieta Event: 3rd NOCEI Research Forum Venue: San Pablo Colleges Date: October 19, 2007

4. The Impact of Anti-Criminality Campaign of the PNP in the Province of Batangas & Laguna Author: Dr. Zosimo Bolaños Event: 3rd NOCEI Research Forum Venue: San Pablo Colleges Date: October 19, 2007

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Theses/dissertations from 2023 2023.

Efficacy of Online Social Movements for Sparking Change: The Case of the Missing Murdered and Indigenous Women Movement (#MMIW) , Kacy A. Bleeker

An Examination of Racial Disparities in Arrest Across Florida Counties, 1998-2018: A Test of the Racial Threat and Political Representation Hypotheses , Xavier D. Burch

The Invisible Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation: Boys and Their Barriers to Access to Services , Amanda L. Connella

Damned & Damned: Examining Vexatious Litigation and the Vexatious Litigant Statute in Florida Courts , Sarah L. Harper

The Contributions of Mental Health Issues, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Adverse Childhood Experiences to Recidivism Among Rural Jail Incarcerees , Lauren N. Miley

Assessing the Relationship Between True Crime Documentary and Podcast Consumption, Fear of Crime, and Protective Behaviors , Lauren A. Tremblay

Police Officers’ Perceptions of Gunshot Detection Technology , Courtney L. Weber

Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022

A Macro Social Examination of the Relationship Between Disabilities and Crime Using Neighborhood and County Level Data , Natasha A. Baloch

Racial Differences in Perceptions of Sanction Severity , Sarah L. Franklin

Juvenile Homicide Offenders: A Life-Course Perspective , Norair Khachatryan

Exploring the Effectiveness of a Life-Skills Program in a Florida Prison Through a Social Bond and General Strain Theory Perspective , Danielle M. Thomas

Theses/Dissertations from 2021 2021

Clean Water for All: Examining Safe Drinking Water Act Violations of Water Systems and Community Characteristics , Junghwan Bae

Morality and Offender Decision-Making: Testing the Empirical Relationship and Examining Methodological Implications , Jacquelyn Burckley

The Ring of Gyges 2.0: How Anonymity Providing Behaviors Affect Willingness to Participate in Online Deviance , Cassandra E. Dodge

A Macro Analysis of Illegal Hunting and Fishing Across Texas Counties: Using an Economic Structural Approach , Leo J. Genco Jr.

Self-Protection in Cyberspace: Assessing the Processual Relationship Between Thoughtfully Reflective Decision Making, Protection Motivation Theory, Cyber Hygiene, and Victimization , C. Jordan Howell

Racial Threat Theory: A Test of the Economic Threat Hypothesis , Carl L. Reeds

Online Perceptions of Panamanian Prisons and Incarcerated persons: An analysis of YouTube user comments , Mahaleth J. Sotelo

Theses/Dissertations from 2020 2020

Toxic Colonialism and Green Victimization of Native Americans: An Examination of the Genocidal Impacts of Uranium Mining , Averi R. Fegadel

Cross-National Incarceration Rates as Behavior of Law , Christopher J. Marier

The Effects of Perceived Motivations and Mental Distress on the Likelihood of Reporting and Engaging in Self-Protective Measures Among Victims of Stalking , Daniela Oramas Mora

Mental Health and In-Prison Experiences: Examining Socioeconomic and Sex Differences in the Effect of Mental Illness on Institutional Misconduct and Disciplinary Segregation , Rachel E. Severson

Theses/Dissertations from 2019 2019

Dating Application Facilitated Victimization: An Examination of Lifestyle-Routine Activities, Self-Control, and Self-Efficacy , Vanessa Centelles

Social Constructionism and Cultivation Theory in Development of the Juvenile “Super-Predator” , Elizabeth R. Jackson-Cruz

Bystander Intervention, Victimization, and Routine Activities Theory: An Examination of Feminist Routine Activities Theory in Cyber Space , Jennifer A. Leili

Sexual Assault and Robbery Disclosure: An Examination of Black’s Theory of the Behavior of Law , Caitlyn N. Muniz

Mass Shootings and Gun Sales: A Study on the Influence of Red and Blue Power , Maria Jose Rozo Osuna

A Multi-dimensional Macrolevel Study of Drug Enforcement Strategies, Heroin Prices, and Heroin Consumption Rates , Alexander G. Toth

Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018

The Impact of a Religious/Spiritual Turning Point on Desistance: A Lifecourse Assessment of Racial/Ethnic Differences , Rhissa Briones Robinson

Political Decisions on Police Expenditures: Examining the Potential Relationship Between Political Structure, Police Expenditures and the Volume of Crime Across US States , Xavier D. Burch

Identifying the Personal and Perceived Organizational Characteristics Associated with Job Satisfaction Among Juvenile Probation Staff , Julie M. Krupa

The Role of Organizational Justice in Predicting Attitudes Toward Body-Worn Cameras in Police Officers , Nathaniel L. Lawshe

Yet Another Ferguson Effect: An Exploratory Content Analysis of News Stories on Police Brutality and Deadly Force Before and After the Killing of Michael Brown , Carl Root

The Role of Race/Ethnicity and Risk Assessment on Juvenile Case Outcomes , Tayler N. Shreve

Theses/Dissertations from 2017 2017

Intimate Partner Violence and the Capacity and Desire for Self-Control , Krista Taralynne Brewer

School Shootings in the United States from 1997 to 2012: A Content Analysis of Media Coverage , Victoria N. Iannuzzi

Chronic Runaway Youth: A Gender-Based Analysis , Michelle N. Jeanis

A Test of Wikström’s Situational Action Theory Using Self-Report Data on Intimate Partner Violence , Lauren Nicole Miley

An Exploratory Study of Macro-Social Correlates of Online Property Crime , Hyojong Song

Female Incarceration and Prison Social Order: An Examination of Gender Differences in Prison Misconduct and In-Prison Punishments , Elisa L. Toman

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Their Role as Mitigators for Youthful and Non-Youthful Offenders in Capital Sentencing Cases , Jessica R. Trapassi

Theses/Dissertations from 2016 2016

Disinhibition, Violence Exposure, and Delinquency: A Test of How Self-Control Affects the Impact of Exposure to Violence , Wyatt Brown

The Guilty But Mentally Ill Verdict: Assessing the Impact of Informing Jurors of Verdict Consequences , Erin Elizabeth Cotrone

The Relationship between Psychopathic Personality Traits and Lying , Jason A. Dobrow

Delving into the Heart of Victimization Risk: Examining the Interactive Relationship between Demographic Factors and Context , Amy Sheena Eggers

A Power Conflict Approach to Animal Cruelty: Examining How Economic Power Influences the Creation of Animal Cruelty Laws , Leonard J. Genco

The Role of Gender in Self-Control and Intimate Partner Violence , Laura Marie Gulledge

The Restrictive Deterrent Effect of Warning Banners in a Compromised Computer System , Christian Jordan-Michael Howell

Tactics of Sexual Control and Negative Health Outcomes , Anna Elizabeth Kleppe

The Applicability of Criminology to Terrorism Studies: An Exploratory Study of ISIS Supporters in the United States , Amanda Marie Sharp Parker

The Path to Violent Behavior: The Harmful Aftermath of Childhood Trauma , Nicholas Michael Perez

The Effects of Racial Bias on Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence Scenarios , Batya Yisraela Rubenstein

Theses/Dissertations from 2015 2015

Reel or Reality? The Portrayal of Prostitution in Major Motion Pictures , Raleigh Blasdell

Psychopathy and Perception of Vulnerability , Barbara Joyce Dinkins

Effect of Empathy on Death Penalty Support in Relation to the Racial Divide and Gender Gap , Brian Godcharles

Exploring the Interactive Effects of Social Learning Theory and Psychopathy on Serious Juvenile Delinquency , Brandy Barenna Henderson

Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Utility Plant in Hillsborough County, Florida: A Case Study , Lynne M. Hodalski-Champagne

Thirty Year Follow-Up of Juvenile Homicide Offenders , Norair Khachatryan

Organized Crime in Insurance Fraud: An Empirical Analysis of Staged Automobile Accident Rings , Chris Longino

The Role of Social Support in the Disclosure and Recovery Process of Rape Victims , Jessica Nicole Mitchell

Evaluating the Social Control of Banking Crimes: An Examination of Anti-Money Laundering Deficiencies and Industry Success , Erin M. Mulligan

Elite Deviance, Organized Crime, and Homicide: A Cross-National Quantitative Analysis , Carol L.s. Trent

An Evaluation of the Utah First District Mental Health Court: Gauging the Efficacy of Diverting Offenders Suffering With Serious Mental Illness , Stephen Guy VanGeem

Rape, Race, and Capital Punishment in North Carolina: A Qualitative Approach to Examining an Enduring Cultural Legacy , Douglas Wholl

Theses/Dissertations from 2014 2014

The Tattoo: A Mark of Subversion, Deviance, or Mainstream Self-Expression? , Jocelyn Camacho

Juvenile and Adult Involvement in Double Parricide and Familicide in the U.S.: An Empirical Analysis of 20 Years of Data , Averi Rebekah Fegadel

Predicting Successful Drug Court Graduation: Exploring Demographic and Psychosocial Factors among Medication-Assisted Drug Court Treatment Clients , Autumn Michelle Frei

Experimentally Evaluating Statistical Patterns of Offending Typology For Burglary: A Replication Study , Lance Edwin Gilmore

Developmental Trajectories of Physical Aggression and Nonaggressive Rule-Breaking among At-risk Males and Females during Late Childhood and Early Adolescence , Eugena Givens

Predicting Fear of Crime using a Multilevel and Multi-Model Approach: A Study in Hillsborough County , Jonathan Maskaly

Public Knowledge and Sentiments about Elite Deviance , Cedric Michel

The Influence of Community Context on Social Control: A Multi-Level Examination of the Relationship between Race/Ethnicity, Drug Offending, and Juvenile Court Outcomes , Jennifer Peck

Theses/Dissertations from 2013 2013

Assessing the Relationship Between Hotspots of Lead and Hotspots of Crime , Kimberly L. Barrett

A Life-Course Approach to Sexual Offending: Examining the Continuity of Juvenile Sexual Offending into Adulthood and Subsequent Patterns of Recidivism , Maude Beaudry-Cyr

Examining the link between self-control and misconduct in a multi-agency sample of police supervisors: A test of two theories , Christopher Matthew Donner

The Impact of Hyperfemininity on Explicit and Implicit Blame Assignment and Police Reporting of Alcohol Facilitated Rape in a Sample of College Women , Sarah Ehlke

Rurality and Intimate Partner Homicide: Exploring the Relationship between Place, Social Structure, and Femicide in North Carolina , Amelia Kirkland

Self-Control, Attitudinal Beliefs, and White-Collar Crime Intentions , Melissa Anne Lugo

Zero Tolerance for Marginal Populations: Examining Neoliberal Social Controls in American Schools , Brian Gregory Sellers

State-Corporate Crime in the Democratic Republic of Congo , Veronica Jane Winters

Theses/Dissertations from 2012 2012

The Walls Are Closing In: Comparing Property Crime Victimization Risk In Gated And Non-Gated Communities , Nicholas Branic

What Propels Sexual Homicide Offenders? Testing an Integrated Theory of Social Learning and Routine Activities Theories , Heng Choon Chan

A Deadly Way of Doing Business: A Case Study of Corporate Crime in the Coal Mining Industry , Charles Nickolas Stickeler

Deconstructing the "Power and Control Motive": Developing and Assessing the Measurability of Internal Power , Shelly Marie Wagers

Theses/Dissertations from 2011 2011

Assessing racial differences in offending trajectories: A life-course view of the race-crime relationship , Michael S. Caudy

Mental Health Courts Effectiveness in Reducing Recidivism and Improving Clinical Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis , Brittany Cross

General Strain Theory and Juvenile Delinquency: A Cross-Cultural Study , Wen-Hsu Lin

General Strain Theory, Race, and Delinquency , Jennifer Peck

Developmental Trajectories of Self-Control: Assessing the Stability Hypothesis , James Vance Ray

Explaining the "Female Victim Effect" in Capital Sentencing Decisions: A Case for Sex-Specific Models of Capital Sentencing Research , Tara N. Richards

A Multilevel Model of Police Corruption: Anomie, Decoupling, and Moral Disengagement , Ruth Zschoche

Theses/Dissertations from 2010 2010

The Emotional Guardianship of Foreign-Born and Native-Born Hispanic Youth and Its Effect on Violent Victimization , Amy Sheena Eggers

The Influence of Narcissism and Self-Control on Reactive Aggression , Melissa L. Harrison

Is There an "Innocent Female Victim" Effect in Capital Punishment Sentencing? , Amelia Lane Kirkland

An Analysis of the Influence of Sampling Methods on Estimation of Drug Use Prevalence and Patterns Among Arrestees in the United States: Implications for Research and Policy , Janine Kremling

A Pathway to Child Sex Trafficking in Prostitution: The Impact of Strain and Risk-Inflating Responses , Joan A. Reid

Victimization Among Individuals With Low Self-Control: Effects on Fear Versus Perceived Risk of Crime , Casey Williams

Theses/Dissertations from 2009 2009

Domestic Violence Within Law Enforcement Families: The Link Between Traditional Police Subculture and Domestic Violence Among Police , Lindsey Blumenstein

Rape Attitudes and Beliefs: A Replication Study , Rhissa Emily Briones

Reel Images: Representations of Adult Male Prisons by the Film Industry , Melissa E. Fenwick

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The School of Criminology is deeply saddened to announce the passing of professor emeritus Robert Gordon on April 25, 2024. Rob was a key figure in shaping the School as it is today and his contributions will be felt for years to come.

Known affectionally by some as “the captain”, Rob held several pivotal roles during his time at Simon Fraser University, including a six-year stint as associate dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), and 15 years as the director of the School of Criminology . He was also a founding director of the International Cybercrime Research Centre , co-founder of the Centre for Restorative Justice, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Forensic Research.

As associate dean, Rob was instrumental in the start-up of the FASS One program for first-year students and shepherded the creation of the Department of World Languages and Literatures . He also designed, implemented and directed the University’s highly-renowned Master of Arts in Applied Legal Studies program.

Outside SFU, Rob was a consultant to different levels of government in Canada and beyond, serving on advisory boards and panels dealing with a range of legal and criminal issues, such as adult guardianship, adult protection, and mental health law. Rob worked tirelessly for many years in drafting legislation in B.C., Yukon, and other Canadian jurisdictions, as well as working on similar reforms in Eastern Europe on behalf of the Council of Europe. In 2013, the Governor General of Canada awarded him the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work on these issues.

He was also a prolific writer, having authored numerous books, book chapters, journal articles, and official reports on youth crime and youth gangs, adult guardianship law, adult protection law, health law, the abuse and neglect of the elderly, and restorative justice. He was a member of several professional associations including the American Society of Criminology and the Western Society of Criminology .

Well-known as British Columbia’s go-to expert for analysis on crime and policing, Rob became a sought-after voice for all major Canadian and international news outlets over the years. Whether he was out on his tractor or taking a well-deserved vacation, Rob was always quick to pick up the phone or return an email when a reporter contacted him. With more than 1,500 media mentions, he received his first SFU Newsmaker Award in 2007 and a Lifetime Achievement Award later in 2023 .

Although he will be deeply missed, Rob Gordon's contributions to the School of Criminology and Simon Fraser University will keep his spirit alive. We extend our thoughts and heartfelt condolences to professor Gordon's family and friends during this difficult time.

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The memory of Robert Gordon will be cherished by those who knew him, including his colleagues, students, and friends. If you wish to share a message of condolence, please send an email to  [email protected]

It is with deep and heartfelt sadness that I learned of the passing of Dr. Rob Gordon. While Rob was a great scholar, commentator and a person who provided great service to SFU, what I will remember most about Rob was the great down-to-earth human being he was. Rob was a great friend to me and the SFU Surrey campus. In meetings and gatherings, he would make us laugh, he would hold us accountable and he would pat you on the back when he saw a job well done. Rob may be gone but his legacy and influence will forever be with me.

Steve Dooley, Executive Director, SFU Surrey.

Though I only knew Professor Gordon superficially, his kindness, warmth and sincerity were immediately palpable. His vocational and allied accomplishments speak for themselves. Certainly, his rich legacy and proactive ambitions live on in those many students and colleagues whose studies and work he helped shape and enrich.

Gary Brown, former SFU Distance Education student

I had the good fortune of knowing Rob when we were fledgeling graduate students in sociology at the University of British Columbia in the early 1980s. I was amazed that he could fit his frame into a tiny midget MG sports car!  There was more amazement to follow. 

Rob demonstrated his leadership skills throughout the program, whether representing the departmental graduate students’ association, standing on principle for students, staff and students alike, encouraging us by example, and generous sharing of his time and skills.  He and I were office mates, drawing on one another’s humour, problem-solving, and shared commitment to seeing this doctoral program through.

We had a good fortune of securing tenure-track positions at SFU, thereby continuing our close friendship as colleagues from any decades. Once again, Rob stepped up as a leader in many roles, most significantly IMHO as a longtime Director of the School of Criminology. Devoted husband, father, colleague and friend, he has left a formidable legacy for the School and many other sectors. I will miss his friendship and comradeship. 

Brian Burtch, professor emeritus, Criminology, and former associate member, Gender, Sexuality, and Women Studies, SFU 

Rob Gordon was a force to be reckoned with in so many ways. In addition to being a dedicated teacher, prolific scholar and omnipresent media commentator, he was a major contributor to the life of SFU in his multiple roles as an academic administrator, member of the Senate and other bodies, and institutional sage. As President, I could always count on Rob for insight and advice which he dispensed with good humour and generosity. And while he took it upon himself to jokingly refer to me as “boss,” I never doubted who in the university truly merited the right to be called “captain.” 

Andrew Petter, CM, OBC, KC, president emeritus, professor emeritus, School of Public Policy, Simon Fraser University

I send my condolences to Rob’s family, friends and colleagues. I worked with him for many years when I was dean and vice-president academic, and he contributed so much to SFU. Beyond his research and teaching he gave his time selflessly to collegial governance of the School of Criminology and FASS, as well as his work in Senate. He was very influential in developing and administering policy in areas of student discipline. Rob exemplified SFU’s commitment to the broader community and it sometimes seemed that he was CBC’s resident broadcaster on crime.

Rob was a wonderful person to work with. He was thoughtful and thorough and tried to see all sides of an issue. His kindness shone through his rather gruff exterior. He had a great sense of humour and approached running a university with a twinkle in his eye and a kindly mockery of the foibles of senior administrators.

Jon Driver, professor emeritus, Department of Archaeology

I am so sorry to hear of Rob Gordon’s passing, and my heartful condolences go out to his family, friends, colleagues and all those whose lives he touched. Over the years I relied on Rob’s wise counsel, and I was fortunate enough to work on the foundation he laid across so many programs and activities in FASS. Rob had a way of cutting to the heart of an issue (there is NO space), but always with humour and never unkindly. Rob was also a leader in my hometown, New Westminster, where his legacy lives on various civic and charitable organizations. Cheers Rob, and thank you.

Peter Hall, vice-provost and associate vice-president, academic, professor of urban studies, SFU

As the director of the then-World Literature Program and the founding Chair of WLL, I benefited from Associate Dean Gordon’s support over several years. Without his ongoing help in merging the Language Training Institute and the World Literature Program, we wouldn’t have the lovely department we have today. His support was invaluable to the department, and to me personally, and I’ll never forget it.

Melek Ortabasi, associate dean, undergraduate programs, teaching and learning, and student experience, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Such a loss. I can only fathom the amount of students and colleagues that feel this. I can still remember his voice so clearly and the accompanying eyebrow lift. He trusted my abilities, my intelligence and my commitment to the school. For that, I am forever grateful. Condolences to family and friends. His light will never dim and his voice echoing wisdom and confidence never waiver.

Jacqueline Faubert, PhD Crim

I was very saddened and shocked to learn of Rob Gordon's death. The notion of a world without Rob in it had never occurred to me, to be honest.

Always larger than life, Rob made a big impression when we first met at one of the annual gatherings of the Western deans' group. We had many memorable conversations over the years, particularly around the never-dull topic of academic integrity.

My condolences to Rob's friends and family. I had not seen him in a while and now I'm really going to miss him.

Julia Denholm, dean, Lifelong Learning, Simon Fraser University 

Rob Gordon was a true character. You sensed his presence when he entered a room. Larger than life, with piercing eyes, Rob was a man of great impression. During meetings and discussions, Rob was candid and pragmatic yet respectful and personable. Some individuals were ruffled by his no-nonsense, honest approach. When placed in command, he was an outstanding "Captain" navigating many stormy seas and troubled waters with ease. The School of Criminology was very fortunate to have him at the helm for so many years.

He gave so much of his time and energy into fostering positive change.  Rob really put his heart into the organization and.....into people. He cared. His influence was great and I know he will missed by many.

Rick Parent, police officer and associate professor (ret.), School of Criminology

I am saddened to hear of Rob Gordon’s passing. I first met him while I was a visiting professor of criminology at SFU in the early 1980s. He asked me to supervise a reading course in the Sociology of Law for his Ph.D. program. I happily did and realized that a student with his intelligence, wit, great social skills and ambition would do very well in his subsequent career.  He hit the ball out of the park in his career as a scholar, leader and someone concerned about connecting academics with real-world change and social justice. Over the decades I have had the good fortune to get together with him and it was always a delight.  He will be sorely missed by many.

Chuck Reasons, professor emeritus, Law and Justice, Central Washington University

Rob and I met when we were 16 years old and joined the Metropolitan Police cadets in London, UK, an educational and apprentice program for policing. We trained together and, at 19 years old, we became constables on the streets of London. He was stationed in North London, and I was in the centre of town.  We met frequently to chat about our lives as young constables dealing with the rigours of London in the 60s.

After a few years, I decided to move to Vancouver and joined the Vancouver Police Department. Robert departed the UK to join the Hong Kong Police. Discretion, and self-preservation, being the better part of valour, he moved on to Australia and joined the Melbourne Police. Our discussions of policing now broadened to an international perspective.

Our lives continued a parallel course. Rob left the police and attended Monash University in Melbourne and I moved on to UBC, Cambridge, and Sheffield Universities.

On one of our international chats, he spoke of the desire to move. I described the many attractions of Vancouver and the then-somewhat-new Simon Fraser University with its Criminology Department. He applied and was accepted. 

Rob and I spent many hours hiking in the North Shore mountains. Our frequent stops were because of laughter rather than the gruelling terrain. They were fun times.

These were the early days of police research and governance of police. Our more cerebral moments were spent on discussion of how policing could be enhanced; how the police could be made part of the weft and weave of the community, to support public safety.   

I would like to think that these early discussions as young constables in London and, decades later, as we hiked, laid the foundation for Rob’s stellar academic career.  His collegial approach and his observations and insights on policing issues will be missed.

Keith Taylor

I was so saddened to hear of Rob’s passing and send condolences to his family and friends. Rob made a huge contribution in the early days of SFU Surrey in developing programs and also organizing community lectures and events. I was glad we awarded him a 2023 Newsmaker of the Year which should have happened earlier given his responsiveness and dedication in responding to media requests and making himself available.  Rob had great presence but didn’t take himself too seriously with a twinkle in his eye and a sense of humour. He will be missed.

Joanne Curry , VP External Relations


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