Criminal Justice and Criminology Day

Wed. Mar. 30 08:30 AM - Wed. Mar. 30 04:30 PM
Contact: Professor Kevin Walby 204-786-9105
Location: Room 2M70

The Department of Criminal Justice presents Criminal Justice and Criminology Day.

The day will feature presentations and panels highlighting Criminal
Justice and Criminological Research at University of Winnipeg and
justice related work in Winnipeg more broadly. Criminal Justice
Honours students will present their work in the morning sessions.
*Honours Theses Presentations 9 AM - 10 AM, Caroline Tess: “Prison Based
Therapeutic Communities: A Neoliberal Shift in Penal Policy to the
Responsibilization of the Offender”; Linda Howes: “A Critical Analysis
of White Collar Crime Courses in Canadian Undergraduate University
Criminal Justice Programs: Why is Economic Crime the Rodney
Dangerfield of Criminal Justice Topics in Canada?”; and Regina B.
Licarte: “The Criminalization of Homelessness and Contemporary
Law-and-Order Policies: A Critical Analysis of the Panhandling and
Obstructive Solicitation By-laws in Winnipeg.” Followed by coffee

*Honours Theses Presentations 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM, Lauren Menzie:
“Precautionary Logics and Punishment of the Pre-Criminal: An
Examination of Canada’s Criminal Justice System and Use of Civil
Forfeiture”; Taylor Richtik: “Examining an In-Custody Death: The
Ashley Smith Tragedy as a Criminological Case Study”; and Jared
Miller: “Judicial Bias: Sentencing of Aboriginal Offenders in Canada
Post R. v. Gladue.”

*PANEL I 11:30 AM -12:30 PM, Molly McCracken, Canadian Centre for Policy
Alternatives MB; Jamil Mahmood, Spence Neighbourhood Association; and
Abdikheir Ahmed, Immigration Partnership Winnipeg. Followed by lunch.

*PANEL II 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, Dodie Jordaan, Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.; Jason
Burnstick, Onashowewin/JustTV Multimedia Program for Youth; and
Jacquie Nicholson – Prisoner Solidarity Activism.

*PANEL III 2:45 PM - 4 PM, Larry Morrisette, Ogijiita Pimatiswin
Kinamatwin; Tracy Booth, Elizabeth Fry Society of MB; Mike Cook, MB
Criminal Justice Association; and Jasmine Schulz, Mediation Services