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Violence and public safety in the Halifax Regional Municipality
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2008-04)
SMALL TOWN POLICING AND THE COMMUNITY-BASED POLICING MOVEMENT
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 1997)
In this paper, we intend to explore the ideological construction of the concepts Small Town Policing (STP), police professionalism and Community-based Policing. Although CBP may have originated as a reformed urban model ...
COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF POLICING AND JUSTICE ISSUES: A SURVEY CONDUCTED ON BEHALF OF THE UNAMA'KI TRIBAL POLICE
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 1999-07)
This needs assessment was directed at obtaining information on the needs and views of community residents with respect to matters relevant to the policing service; these matters include perceptions of crime levels in the ...
FIRST NATIONS POLICING SURVEY FINAL REPORT
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 1996-03)
The following were the specific research goals established for the national survey of policing in First Nations communities. 1) Develop a reliable and comprehensive data bases which would accurately represent the range ...
Self-Administered First Nations’ Policing: An Overview of Organizational and Managerial Issues
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 1998-09)
This report provides an overview of organizational and managerial issues in selfadministered First Nations (FN) police services. It complements, and represents a second phase to, a previous report by the authors which ...
THE NOVA SCOTIA RESTORATIVE JUSTICE INITIATIVE: CORE DATA ANALYSES: YEAR TWO EVALUATION REPORT
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2003)
ASSESSING THE NOVA SCOTIA RESTORATIVE JUSTICE INITIATIVE THE RESEARCH DESIGN REPORT: A LOGIC MODEL APPROACH
(ATLANTIC INSTITUTE OF CRIMINOLOGY, 2009)
This report is divided into three sections. Part A places the Nova Scotia restorative justice initiative in theoretical and policy perspective by reproducing a paper the author has recently published. Its theme, "restorative ...
FIRST NATIONS' SELF-ADMINISTERED POLICING IN CANADA: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK FOR A NATION-WIDE CASE STUDIES APPROACH
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2002-04)