Michael Weinrath

Criminal Justice

Michael Weinrath

Classes Taught
Criminal Justice Policy, Program Evaluation, Institutional Corrections, Community Corrections, Research Methods, and Crime Victims.

Research Interests
Corrections, Fear of Crime, Victimization, Program & Policy Evaluation.

Current Projects
Prison Culture, Problem-Solving Courts, Procedural Justice, Therapeutic Communities, Pre-Trial Detention, Inmate Classificatio.

Recent Publications

2017    Manitoba’s mental health court: A consumer perspective. w/J. Watts. Manitoba Law Journal.

2016    Behind the walls: Inmates and Correctional Officers on the state of Canadian

prisons. UBC Press, Law & Society Series.

 2016    Mentorship: A missing piece to manage juvenile intensive supervision programs and youth gangs? w/G. Donatelli & Melanie Murchison Canadian Journal of Criminology & Criminal Justice, 58, 1-31.

2013     Adult Corrections in Canada. J. Winterdyke & M. Weinrath (Eds). De Sitter.

Prior to coming to the University of Winnipeg Professor Weinrath worked in provincial corrections in Alberta. From time to time you will hear him comment on crime issues in the media.