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  • Got assistance? : profit-driven criminal careers and assisted desistance 

    Ouellet, Frédéric; Dubois, Marie-Ève (SAGE, 2022-06-20)
    Research on assisted desistance has not considered the influence of criminal-involvement factors on the receptivity to assistance. Although most crimes committed are motivated by the prospect of gain, current knowledge on desistance from lucrative ...
  • The intangible benefits of criminal mentorship 

    Ouellet, Frédéric; Bouchard, Martin; Thomas, Valérie (Routledge, 2022-04-24)
    Individuals who report having had a mentor also tend to report higher levels of criminal achievement. However, prior studies focused on indirect yet tangible outcomes of mentorship, telling us little about the direct – though potentially intangible – ...
  • Les initiatives de prise en charge adaptée des Premières Nations et Inuit judiciarisés au Canada : quelques pistes de réflexion 

    Adapted treatment for criminalized First Nations and Inuit in Canada : some avenues to explore
    Marion, Vacheret; Quirion, Bastien; Boucher, Philippe; Wylde, Cyndy; Plourde, Chantal; Marcoux Rouleau, Alexis (Polymedia SA, 2022-03-28)
    La prise en charge des Autochtones par les autorités judiciaires canadiennes est reconnue comme problématique à divers niveaux notamment en termes de surreprésentation en détention. Basé sur une revue de littérature, cet article propose une analyse ...
  • Examining negative online social reaction to police use of force : the George Floyd and Jacob Blake events 

    Péloquin, Olivier; Fortin, Francis; Paquette, Sarah (University of Toronto Press & Canadian Criminal Justice Association, 2022-03-08)
    Dealing with use of excessive force by the police has historically been a struggle in the United States. The 1992 protests in Los Angeles following the death of Rodney King are one example of public response to an instance of excessive use of force. ...
  • Co-occurrence of violence on the severity of abuse in intimate relationships 

    Ouellet, Frédéric; Hetroy, Emeline; Patard, Guisela; Christophe, Gauthier-Davies; Leclerc, Chloé (Sage, 2021-12-30)
    Several empirical studies have shown that women who experience violence in intimate personal relationships (IPV) commonly experience more than one form of violence. While it is recognized that individual trajectories of IPV vary over time, little is ...
  • Reform to abolish : a pragmatic analysis of prison labor & strip searches in Quebec correctional law 

    Marcoux Rouleau, Alexis (Université de Montréal. Centre de recherche en droit public, 2021-09-10)
    Dans la dernière année, des thèmes abolitionnistes ont été au cœur de mobilisations comme #BlackLivesMatter, #MoiAussi, et #LibérezLesTous. Cet article s’inspire d’une méthodologie sociolégale et féministe pour proposer une analyse pragmatique et ...
  • Enhancing relationships between criminology and cybersecurity 

    Dupont, Benoît; Whelan, Chad (SAGE, 2021-03-27)
    ‘Cybercrime’ is an umbrella concept used by criminologists to refer to traditional crimes that are enhanced via the use of networked technologies (i.e. cyber-enabled crimes) and newer forms of crime that would not exist without networked technologies ...
  • Countering distrust in illicit online networks : the dispute resolution strategies of cybercriminals 

    Dupont, Benoît; Lusthaus, Jonathan (SAGE, 2021-03-05)
    The core of this paper is a detailed investigation of the dispute resolution system contained within Darkode, an elite cybercriminal forum. Extracting the dedicated disputes section from within the marketplace, where users can report bad behaviour ...
  • Ofending frequency and responses to illegal monetary incentives 

    Nguyen, Holly; Loughran, Thomas A.; Morselli, Carlo; Ouellet, Frédéric (Springer, 2021-02-02)
    Objectives We examine how responsive offenders are to illegal monetary incentives. We draw from rational choice theory, prospect theory, and models of labor supply to develop expectations regarding the relationship between criminal efficiency, which ...
  • Law enforcement and disruption of offline and online activities : a review of comptemporary challenges 

    Faubert, Camille; Décary-Hétu, David; Malm, Aili; Ratcliffe, Jerry; Dupont, Benoît (Springer, 2021)
    The digital world represents a new frontier for law enforcement operations. The virtual nature of online communications creates challenges regarding legal frameworks and sovereignty that are exacerbated by the inherent context of the digital world, the ...
  • The impact of a Canadian financial cybercrime prevention campaign on clients’ sense of security 

    Coutu, Cameron; Dupont, Benoît (Springer, 2021)
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of a cybercrime prevention campaign that was run by a Canadian financial institution. More specifically, we examined how participants/clients perceived the financial institution’s initiative to inform ...
  • Violences en contexte conjugal et stratégies de protection adoptées par les femmes 

    Intimate partner violence and women’s protection strategies
    Patard, Guisela; Ouellet, Frédéric (Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales, 2021)
    Les violences au sein du couple peuvent s’exercer de différentes manières (physique, sexuelle, psychologique, économique), varier en fréquence, en intensité et évoluer dans le temps. Pour faire face à ces violences, diverses stratégies peuvent être ...
  • Les défis de la réinsertion sociale : regard éclairé sur la réalité vécue par la clientèle en maison de transition 

    Challenges to reintegration : barriers to reentry encountered by ex-convicts in halfway houses
    Los desafíos de la reinserción social : una mirada iluminada sobre la realidad vivida por la clientela en casa de transición
    Dubois, Marie-Ève; Ouellet, Frédéric (Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2020-12-17)
    La réinsertion sociale est un processus parsemé d’embûches au cours duquel un individu faisant face à la justice peut bénéficier d’interventions lui permettant d’être une personne autonome, intégrée à sa communauté et respectueuse des lois. Puisque ...
  • Rethinking incarcerated women's leisure as subjected to coercive and normative prison missions 

    Marcoux Rouleau, Alexis (Frontiers Media, 2020-11-23)
    Leisure is commonly understood as contributing to well-being; this is especially appealing when considering multiply marginalized populations such as incarcerated women. However, leisure is not impervious to cooptation by less benevolent social ...
  • Carrière criminelle lucrative et désistement assisté 

    Lucrative criminal careers and assisted desistance
    Carrera criminal lucrativa y desistimiento asistido
    Ouellet, Frédéric; Dubois, Marie-Ève (Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2020-06-16)
    La recherche sur le désistement assisté s’intéresse à la manière dont les interventions formelles ou informelles soutiennent le processus de cessation des activités criminelles. L’intérêt pour ce sujet étant plutôt récent, l’état des connaissances est ...
  • Portrait des violences subies par des femmes en contexte conjugal : prévalence, occurrence, cooccurrence des violences et gravité 

    Patard, Guisela; Ouellet, Frédéric; Leclerc, Chloé; Cousineau, Marie-Marthe (École de service social de l’Université Laval, 2020-05-13)
    Les violences au sein du couple peuvent s’exercer de différentes manières (physique, sexuelle, psychologique, économique), varier en fréquence, en intensité et évoluer dans le temps. À partir de la méthodologie des calendriers d’histoire de vie et ...
  • Réussir dans le crime et réussir à s’en sortir : l’influence de la carrière criminelle sur le processus de désistement 

    Ouellet, Frédéric; Chouinard, Stéphanie; Dubois, Marie-Ève (Association canadienne de justice pénale = Canadian Criminal Justice Association, 2020-04-13)
    Plusieurs routes mènent au désistement criminel et le parcours emprunté dépend des expériences passées. Peu de travaux se sont penchés sur le lien entre la carrière criminelle et la période qui lui succède, sur la manière dont les événements qui ont ...
  • Walking into the sunset : how criminal achievement shapes the desistance process 

    Vidal, Sabrina; Ouellet, Frédéric; Dubois, Marie-Ève (SAGE, 2020-04-02)
    According to the criminal career paradigm, the link between past and future criminal activities is important and the desistance process may vary for individuals whose criminal trajectories were punctuated by failure compared to those who achieved a ...
  • Diverse perspectives on interdisciplinarity from the Members of the College of the Royal Society of Canada 

    Cooke, Steven J.; Nguyen, Vivian M.; Anastakis, Dimitry; Scott, Shannon D.; Turetsky, Merritt R.; Amirfazli, Alidad; Hearn, Alison; Milton, Cynthia E.; Loewen, Laura; Smith, Eric E.; Norris, D. Ryan; Lavoie, Kim L.; Aiken, Alice; Ansari, Daniel; Antle, Alissa N.; Babel, Molly; Bailey, Jane; Bernstein, Daniel M.; Birnbaum, Rachel; Bourassa, Carrie; Calcagno, Antonio; Campana, Aurélie; Chen, Bing; Collins, Karen; Connelly, Catherine E.; Denov, Myriam; Dupont, Benoît; Georgea, Eric; Gregory-Eaves, Irene; High, Steven; Hill, Josephine M.; Jackson, Philip L.; Jette, Nathalie; Jurdjevic, Mark; Kothar, Anita; Khairy, Paul; Lamoureux, Sylvie A.; Ladner, Kiera; Landry, Christian R.; Légaré, François; Nadia, Lehoux; Leuprecht, Christian; Lieverse, Angela R.; Luczak, Artur; Mallor, Mark L.; Manning, Erin; Mazalek, Ali; Murray, Stuart J.; Newman, Lenore L.; Oosterveld, Valerie; Potvin, Patrice; Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl; Rowsel, Jennifer; Stacey, Dawn; Tighe, Susan L.; Vocadlo, David J.; Wilson, Anne E.; Woolford, Andrew (NRC Research Press, 2020)
    Various multiple-disciplinary terms and concepts (although most commonly “interdisciplinarity”, which is used herein) are used to frame education, scholarship, research, and interactions within and outside academia. In principle, the premise of ...
  • Enhancing the effectiveness of cybercrime prevention through policy monitoring 

    Dupont, Benoît (Routledge, 2019-12-13)
    This article examines the feasibility of designing and implementing a cybercrime prevention monitoring approach to enhance the quality of knowledge about policies that aim to reduce the prevalence and impact of online harms. Despite very significant ...

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