Simon Verdun-Jones
Simon Verdun-Jones
Professor, Criminology, Simon Fraser University
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Canadian Criminal Justice, Second Edition
C Griffiths, S Verdun-Jones
Harcourt Brace & Company Canada 2, 687, 1994
Forensic psychiatric inpatients and aggression: An exploration of incidence, prevalence, severity, and interventions by gender
TL Nicholls, J Brink, C Greaves, P Lussier, S Verdun-Jones
International journal of law and psychiatry 32 (1), 23-30, 2009
‘Forensic’labelling: An empirical assessment of its effects on self-stigma for people with severe mental illness
JD Livingston, KR Rossiter, SN Verdun-Jones
Psychiatry Research 188 (1), 115-122, 2011
Perceptions and experiences of people with mental illness regarding their interactions with police
JD Livingston, SL Desmarais, S Verdun-Jones, R Parent, E Michalak, ...
International journal of law and psychiatry 37 (4), 334-340, 2014
Victim‐precipitated homicide: police use of deadly force in British Columbia
RB Parent, S Verdun‐Jones
Policing: An international journal of police strategies & management, 1998
Criminal justice in Canada: An introductory text
CT Griffiths, JF Klein, SN Verdun-Jones
Butterworth & Company (Western Canada), 1980
A narrative review of the effectiveness of aggression management training programs for psychiatric hospital staff
JD Livingston, S Verdun‐Jones, J Brink, P Lussier, T Nicholls
Journal of forensic nursing 6 (1), 15-28, 2010
Becoming a victim
R Strobl
International handbook of victimology, 3-25, 2010
Adult guardianship law in Canada
RM Gordon, SN Verdun-Jones
Carswell, 1992
Chronic violent patients in an inpatient psychiatric hospital: Prevalence, description, and identification
P Lussier, S Verdun-Jones, N Deslauriers-Varin, T Nicholls, J Brink
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (1), 5-28, 2010
Criminal law in Canada: Cases, questions, and the code
SN Verdun-Jones
Harcourt Canada, 2002
Mental illness and the criminal justice system
A MacPhail, SN Verdun-Jones
International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, 2014
Using social bonding theory to examine ‘recovery’in a forensic mental health hospital: A qualitative study
A Nijdam‐Jones, JD Livingston, S Verdun‐Jones, J Brink
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 25 (3), 157-168, 2015
Blaming the parts instead of the person: Understanding and applying neurobiological factors associated with psychopathy
LF Freedman, SN Verdun-Jones
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52 (1), 29-53, 2010
What influences perceptions of procedural justice among people with mental illness regarding their interactions with the police?
JD Livingston, SL Desmarais, C Greaves, R Parent, S Verdun-Jones, ...
Community mental health journal 50 (3), 281-287, 2014
The insanity defence in Canada: Setting a new course
SN Verdun-Jones
International journal of law and psychiatry 17 (2), 175-189, 1994
Sentencing the partly mad and the partly bad: The case of the hospital order in England and Wales
SN Verdun-Jones
International journal of law and psychiatry 12 (1), 1-27, 1989
The evolution of the defences of insanity and automatism in Canada from 1843 to 1979: a saga of judicial reluctance to sever the umbilical cord to the mother country
SN Verdun-Jones
U. Brit. Colum. L. Rev. 14, 1, 1979
Cook, Oliphant and Yntema: The Scientific Wing of American Legal Realism (Part I)
SN Verdun-Jones
Dalhousie LJ 5, 3, 1979
Police perceptions and contact among people with mental illnesses: Comparisons with a general population survey.
SL Desmarais, JD Livingston, CL Greaves, KL Johnson, S Verdun-Jones, ...
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 20 (4), 431, 2014
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