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HALIFAX POLICE VICTIM SERVICES' MOBILE RESPONSE: AN EVALUATION
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2001-09)
Perspectives of Officers Policing in Aboriginal Communities Across Canada, 1996 and 2007
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2016)
This paper focuses on the perspectives and work experiences of officers policing in Aboriginal communities in Canada in 1996 and 2007. It is based on two separate nation-wide surveys, the first in 1995-1996 by Clairmont ...
Discrimination in Sentencing: Patterns of Sentencing for Assault Convictions: Using section 245 (now 266) and 246 (now 270) (assault) of the Criminal Code
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 1989-01)
This research has focused on the issue of sentencing in the case of males convicted of assault.
GUNS, SHOOTINGS AND THE DRUG CULTURE
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2013)
An Exploration of the Feasibility of a Drug Treatment Court in Halifax: An Overview
This Overview discusses, briefly, the drug treatment court (DTC) phenomenon and provides a summary of the four parts that constitute the authors' report on the feasibility of a DTC in metropolitan Halifax.
Economic Segmentation and Politics
(University of Chicago Press, 1986-01)
No abstract available.
Policing in Aboriginal Communities: The Evolution, Successes and Challenges
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2009-09)
Socio-demographic Survey of Police Officers Serving in Aboriginal Communities
(Alderson-Gill & Associates Consulting Inc., 2008-11)
Youth Leadership for African Nova Scotians: Monitoring and Process Evaluation
(The Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs (ANSA), 2014-05)
Moving on to Adults: An Assessment of the Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Program's Adult Pilot Project
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2012-05)