Curt T. Griffiths and Sara K. Thompson coauthored “Clarifying the concept of Racial Profiling in Canada“. 2017. Canadian Diversity: A publication of the Association for Canadian Studies.
Curt Griffiths and Ruth Montgomery recently completed a research report for Public Safety Canada on Contemporary Policing Responsibilities. The purpose of the research was to provide a snapshot of the responsibilities of police agencies at the national, provincial, and municipal levels and in First Nations communities.
Dr. Griffiths co-authored the article “Assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of a police service: the analytics of operational reviews”
Dr. Griffiths presented to the Second Summit on the Economics of Policing and Community Safety: Innovation and Partnerships. Ottawa, March 2-4, 2015. Title of presentation: “Innovative Approaches to the Police-Justice Interface.”
At the 2014 Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG) Annual Conference Dr. Curt Griffiths and Adam Palmer, Deputy Chief Constable Vancouver Police Department co-presented An Operational Review: Highlights of a Success Story – Vancouver Police Department. The CAPG Conference Report provides details of the presentation on pages 13-15.
SFU Professors Curt Griffiths and Ted Palys co-authored the article “Of Big Tents and Handmaidens: The Origins and Evolution of Criminology at Simon Fraser University”
A Case Study for Associations and Lessons Learned
The Canadian Police Association held their General Meeting April 6-9, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. Dr. Griffiths was invited to present on the Winnipeg Police Department Operational Review of the Winnipeg Police Department that he and Dr. Nahanni Pollard recently completed.
Dr. Griffiths presented a keynote address “The State of Police Research in Canada” at the Economics of Policing, National Police Research Symposium (Vancouver, Canada March 5-7, 2014).
Dr Griffiths and Tom Stamatakis (President, Canadian Police Association) presented a keynote presentation at the Annual General Meeting & Conference of the BC Association Of Police Boards February 27-March 01, 2014. Victoria, B.C. The presentation was titled “Breaking Down Silos: The Development of Strategic Partnerships in a Time of Fiscal Restraint”.