Position

Professor in Criminal Justice
Flinders Law School

Biography

Willem joined the Law School in 2010. From 2007-2010 he was Head, Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology at the University of Windsor, Canada. Previously, he also worked as lecturer at the Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His areas of interest include security and policing, particularly public order policing, security intelligence, and how governance of public safety and security is accomplished by a variety of service providers, actors, or agencies. Willem serves or has served on the editorial boards of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Policing and Society, and The Open Law Journal.

Qualifications

BA (Hons), MA, PhD (Toronto)

Topic Coordinator:

Research expertise

  • Criminology
  • Sociology

Research interests

My current research interests are in the fusions between security and criminal justice, the nature of institutionalised criminal subjectivity, and counter-terrorism policy and practice.

Supervisory interests

  • Community policing
  • Criminal justice
  • Criminology
  • Policing
  • Policing national security criminal justice
  • Policing public protest

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : policing public order (1) ; counter-terrorism policy (1) ; community policing (1) ; animal offender co-rehabilitation (1) ; Victims of trauma (1) ; Public-private partnership initiative in curbing aboriginal offending (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Pharmaceutical regulation (1) ; Pre-release experience of offenders (1) ; PTSD among corrections officers (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : reality tv and crime (Univ Windsor) (1) ; Securitization (Univ of Windsor) (2) ; violence against women (Univ Windsor) (1) ; borders, surveillance (Univ of Windsor) (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Crime prevention (Univ Windsor) (1) ; stigma, re-integration (Univ of Windsor) (1) ;

Publications

  • de Lint, W.B. (2017). Bent to Good Authorities? Human Rights, Authoritarian Liberalism and Consent Policing. In Leanne Weber, Elaine Fishwick, Marinella Marmo, ed. Routledge International Handbook of Criminology. New York: Routledge, pp. 342-353.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2017). Bent to Good Authorities? Human Rights, Authoritarian Liberalism and Consent Policing. In Leanne Weber, Elaine Fishwick, Marinella Marmober, Elaine Fishwick, Marinella Marmo, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights. New York: Routledge, pp. 342-353.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2017). Transnational Policing. In Palmer, de Lint, Dalton, ed. Crime and Justice a Guide to criminology. Australia: Thomson Reuters, pp. 427-443.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2016). Public Order Policing and Liberal Democracy. In Tonry Michael, Gartner Rosemary, Knepper Paul, Piquero Alex, ed. Oxford Handbooks Online: Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-25.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2015). Second Order Terrorism. In Mathieu Deflem, ed. Terrorism and Counter-terrorism Today. Bingley UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 111-130.
    [Scopus]
  • de Lint, W.B. (2014). Police Authority in Liberal Consent Democracies: A Case for Anti-Authoritarian Police. In Michael Reisig, Robert Kane, ed. The Oxford Handbook on Police and Policing. New York, United States of America: Oxfordm University Press, pp. 217-237.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2014). What Crime, Which Justice, What International Society? In Willem de Lint, Marinella Marmo and Nerida Chazal, ed. Criminal Justice in International Society. New York, United States of America: Routledge, pp. 1-13.
  • de Lint, W. (2014). Introduction: What Crime? Which Justice? What International Society? In Willem De Lint, Marinella Marmo & Nerida Chazal, ed. Criminal Justice in International Society. New York, United States of America: Routledge, pp. 1-13.
    [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W. (2012). Transnational Policing. In Marmo, M, DeLint, W and Palmer, D, ed. Drime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology. 4th ed. Sydney: Thomson Reuters, pp. 589-607.
  • de Lint, W.B. and Bahdi, R. (2012). Access to Information in an Age of Intelligencized Governmentality. In M Larsen & K Walby, ed. Brokering Access: Brokering Access: Power, Politics, and Freedom of Information Process in Canada. Toronto, Canada: UBC Press, pp. 115-141.
    [Web Link]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2011). Conclusion: Security and Everyday Life. In Vida Bacj and Willem de Lint, ed. Security and Everyday Life. New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 258-269.
    [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2011). A Note on Security Modulation. In Vida Bacj and Willem de Lint, ed. Security and Everyday Life. New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 125-142.
    [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2008). New Zealand. In Stuart Farson, Peter Gill, Mark Phythian, Shlomo Shpiro, ed. PSI handbook of global security and intelligence. Wesport Connecticut USA: Praeger, pp. 183-207.
  • De Lint, W.B. and Pasiak, C. (2008). Crime-Making on the Street: A Critical Perspective. In Carolyn Brooks, Bernard Schissel, ed. Marginality and Condemnation. 2nd ed. Black Point, Nova Scotia, Canada: Fernwood, pp. 310-329.
  • Palmer, D., de Lint, W.B. and Dalton, D.A. (Eds.). (2017). Crime and justice : a guide to criminology. 5th ed. Pyrmont, NSW : Thomson Reuters/ Lawbook Co..
  • de Lint, W.B., Marmo, M. and Chazal, N.J. (Eds.). (2014). Criminal justice in international society.
  • De Lint, W., Marmo, M. and Chazal, N. (Eds.). (2014). Crime and Justice in International Society. New York: Routledge.
  • Giannacopoulos, M., Marmo, M. and de Lint, W. (2013). editor. Australia
  • Marmo, M., De Lint, W. and Palmer, D. (Eds.). (2012). Crime and Justice: a guide to criminology. Fourth ed. Sydney, NSW: Lawbook Co..
  • de Lint, W.B. (2012). Information Sharing in the Offender Management Plan Pilot. Adelaide: Flinders University.
  • De Lint, W.B. and Bacj, V. (Eds.). (2011). Security and Everyday Life. New York: Routledge.
  • De Lint, W.B. and Hall, A. (2009). Intelligent Control: Developments in Public Order Policing in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Fleming, T.S., Ramcharan, S., Dowler, K. and De Lint, W.B. (2000). The Canadian Criminal Justice System. Canada: Prentice Hall.
  • De Lint, W.B. (2009). Introduction: Security, Exclusion, and Social Justice. Studies in Social Justice, 3(1) pp. 1-7.
    [Web Link]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2006). Intelligence in Policing and Security: Reflections on scholarship. Policing and Society, 16(1) pp. 1-6.
    [10.1080/10439460500399239]
  • de Lint, W.B. and Kassa, W.D. (2017). Bent into Security: Barrister Contribution to a Skewed Order in Two Terrorism Prosecutions in Australia. Journal of Law and Society, 44(2) pp. 169-199.
    [10.1111/jols.12022]
  • de Lint, W.B., Marmo, M., Groves, A.J. and Pocrnic, A.J. (2017). Crime victims’ self-medication Findings from a study in South Australia. International Review of Victimology, 23(2) pp. 159-177.
    [10.1177/0269758016686280] [Scopus]
  • de Lint, W.B. and Kassa, W.D. (2015). Evaluating U.S. Counterterrorism Policy: Failure, Fraud, or Fruitful Spectacle? Critical Criminology, 23(3) pp. 349-369.
    [10.1007/s10612-014-9264-1] [Scopus]
  • de Lint, W.B. and Giannacopoulos, M. (2013). Framing migration: a handbook for policy-makers. The Griffith Law Review, 22(3) pp. 619-647.
    [10.1080/10383441.2013.10877015] [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. and Chazal, N. (2013). Resilience and Criminal Justice: Unsafe at Low Altitude. Critical Criminology, 21(2) pp. 157-176.
    [10.1007/s10612-013-9179-2] [Scopus]
  • de Lint, W.B. and Giannacopoulos, M. (2013). Framing Migration: A Handbook for Policy Makers. Griffith Law Review, 22(3) pp. 619-647.
    [Scopus]
  • Nakhaie, R. and De Lint, W.B. (2013). Trust and Support for Surveillance Policies in Canadian and American Opinion. International Criminal Justice Review, 23(2) pp. 149-169.
    [10.1177/1057567713487207] [Scopus]
  • Giannacopoulos, M., Marmo, M. and de Lint, W.B. (2013). Irregular migration : emerging regimes of power and the disappearing human. Griffith Law Review, 22(3) pp. 559-570.
    [10.1080/10383441.2013.10877012] [Scopus]
  • Giannacopoulos, M., Marmo, M. and de Lint, W. (2013). Irregular Migration: Emerging Regimes of Power and the Disappearing Human. Griffith Law Review, 22(3) pp. 559-570.
    [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2012). Risking Precaution in Two South Australian Serious Offender Initiatives. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 24(2) pp. 145-165.
    [Web Link]
  • O'Connor, D. and De Lint, W.B. (2009). Frontier Government: The Folding of the Canada/US Border. Studies in Social Justice, 3(1) pp. 39-66.
    [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Cotter, R. and De Lint, W.B. (2009). GPS-Electronic Monitoring and Contemporary Penology: A Case Study of US GPS-Electronic Monitoring Programmes. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 48(1) pp. 76-87.
    [10.1111/j.1468-2311.2008.00545.x]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2008). The Security Double Take: The Political, Simulation, and the Border. Surveillance and Society, 5(2) pp. 166-187.
    [Web Link]
  • Cotter, R., De Lint, W.B. and O'Connor, D. (2008). Ordered Images: Cooking Reality in Cops. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 15(3) pp. 277-290.
    [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2008). Intelligent Governmentality. Windsor Yearbook of Access To Justice, The, 26(2) pp. 279-312.
    [Web Link]
  • De Lint, W.B., Virta, S. and Deukmedjian, J.E. (2007). Simulating Control: A Shift in Policing? American Behavioral Scientist, 50(12) pp. 1631-1647.
    [10.1177/0002764207302472] [Scopus]
  • Deukmedjian, J.E. and De Lint, W.B. (2007). Community into Intelligence: Resolving Information Uptake in the RCMP. Policing and Society, 17(3) pp. 239-256.
    [10.1080/10439460701497337]
  • De Lint, W.B., O'Connor, D. and Cotter, R. (2007). Controlling the flow: Security, exclusivity, and criminal intelligence in Ontario. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 35(1) pp. 41-58.
    [10.1016/j.ijsl.2007.01.001] [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2006). Governmentality, Critical Criminology and the Absent Norm. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 48(4) pp. 721-734.
    [10.1353/ccj.2006.0050] [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2005). Public Order Policing: A Tough Act to Follow? International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 33(4) pp. 179-199.
    [10.1016/j.ijsl.2005.08.001] [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B., Gostlow, R. and Hall, A. (2005). Judgement by Deferral: the Interlocutory Injunction in Labour Disputes Involving Picketing. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 20(2) pp. 67-93.
    [10.1353/jls.2006.0020]
  • De Lint, W.B. and Virta, S. (2004). Security in Ambiguity: towards a radical security politics. Theoretical Criminology, 8(4) pp. 495-519.
    [10.1177/1362480604046660] [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2003). Keeping open Windows: Police as Access Brokers. British Journal of Criminology, 43(2) pp. 379-397.
    [10.1093/bjc/43.2.379] [Scopus]
  • Hall, A. and De Lint, W.B. (2003). Policing Labour in Canada. Policing and Society, 13(3) pp. 219-234.
  • De Lint, W.B. and Hall, A. (2002). Making the Pickets Responsible: Policing Labour at a Distance in Windsor, Ontario. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology/Revue canadienne de sociologie, 39(1) pp. 1-27.
    [10.1111/j.1755-618X.2002.tb00609.x]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2001). Arresting the Eye: Surveillance, Social Control and Resistance. Space and Culture, 7 pp. 21-49.
    [Scopus]
  • De Lint, W.B. (2000). Autonomy, Regulation and the Police Beat. Social and Legal Studies, 9(1) pp. 55-83.
    [10.1177/096466390000900104]
  • De Lint, W.B. (1999). A Post-Modern Turn in Policing: Policing as Pastiche? International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 27(2) pp. 127-152.
    [10.1006/ijsl.1999.0085]
  • De Lint, W.B. and Hall, A. (2009). Intelligent Control: Developments in Public Order Policing in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Fleming, T.S., Ramcharan, S., Dowler, K. and De Lint, W.B. (2000). The Canadian Criminal Justice System. Canada: Prentice Hall.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2017). Bent to Good Authorities? Human Rights, Authoritarian Liberalism and Consent Policing. In Leanne Weber, Elaine Fishwick, Marinella Marmober, Elaine Fishwick, Marinella Marmo, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights. New York: Routledge, pp. 342-353.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2017). Bent to Good Authorities? Human Rights, Authoritarian Liberalism and Consent Policing. In Leanne Weber, Elaine Fishwick, Marinella Marmo, ed. Routledge International Handbook of Criminology. New York: Routledge, pp. 342-353.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2017). Transnational Policing. In Palmer, de Lint, Dalton, ed. Crime and Justice a Guide to criminology. Australia: Thomson Reuters, pp. 427-443.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2016). Public Order Policing and Liberal Democracy. In Tonry Michael, Gartner Rosemary, Knepper Paul, Piquero Alex, ed. Oxford Handbooks Online: Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-25.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2015). Second Order Terrorism. In Mathieu Deflem, ed. Terrorism and Counter-terrorism Today. Bingley UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 111-130.
    [Scopus]
  • de Lint, W.B. (2014). Police Authority in Liberal Consent Democracies: A Case for Anti-Authoritarian Police. In Michael Reisig, Robert Kane, ed. The Oxford Handbook on Police and Policing. New York, United States of America: Oxfordm University Press, pp. 217-237.
  • de Lint, W.B. (2014). What Crime, Which Justice, What International Society? In Willem de Lint, Marinella Marmo and Nerida Chazal, ed. Criminal Justice in International Society. New York, United States of America: Routledge, pp. 1-13.
  • de Lint, W.B. and Bahdi, R. (2012). Access to Information in an Age of Intelligencized Governmentality. In M Larsen & K Walby, ed. Brokering Access: Brokering Access: Power, Politics, and Freedom of Information Process in Canada. Toronto, Canada: UBC Press, pp. 115-141.
    [Web Link]

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • Crime
  • Intelligence
  • Justice
  • Police
  • Public disorder
  • Riots
  • Terrorism

Interests

  • policing national security criminal justice

Contact

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Location: Law & Commerce Building (3.30)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Further information

Current research is on policing public order, counter-terrorism prosecutions, blended ordering or multi-agency approaches to crime prevention, and victim self-medication.

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