Yvon Dandurand

Senior Associate

Yvon Dandurand is a criminologist at the University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia (Canada), and a Fellow and Senior Associate of the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy. His long career in teaching, research and policy development in the fields of crime prevention and criminal justice has led him to specialize in comparative research. He has been involved in numerous criminal justice reform and capacity building projects in Canada and abroad, including several projects and studies in the areas of organized crime, human trafficking, witness protection, corruption, crime prevention, policing, and corrections. He has authored or co-authored several books and tools to facilitate criminal law reform.


Access to Justice Measurement Framework

Published on: 08/29/2017

A2JBC is proposing a measurement framework to support a shared approach to monitoring and evaluating improvements in access to justice in British Columbia. The framework is inspired by a Triple Aim approach originally developed in the health sector. It is a flexible framework that can be used by justice system stakeholders in BC to align their various monitoring and evaluation efforts, and to learn from each other’s experience with access to justice innovation.


Documenting the Experience and the Successes of First Nations Courts in British Columbia

Published on: 06/25/2017

The purpose of the present review is to establish the nature and extent of the data currently being collected with respect to the FNCs, taking into account the differences and variations among them. The goal is also to identify data gaps and suggest additional data elements that could be collected in order to guide the future development of the FNCs and eventually be able to assess their success.


Improved Response to Labour Trafficking

Published on: 03/01/2017

This note summarizes the findings of consultations and research conducted by the ICCLR since 2013. It identifies the challenges typically encountered in preventing and responding to incidents of human trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation and offers suggestions on how to improve our current response.


Migration and Crime: A Canadian Perspective

Published on: 01/01/1998

Against the background of the globilization of many sectors of society which has liberalised the flows of capital, people and trade, the role of the nation state in regulating the movement of people is examined. The paper then considers the processes of immigration and integration from a Canadian perspective.