Flinders Law School
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.
BA (Hons), MA, PhD (Toronto)
Currently is Associate Dean, Research and Deputy Dean, Criminal Justice and Social and Legal Studies
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.
: policing public order
; counter-terrorism policy
; community policing
; animal offender co-rehabilitation
; Victims of trauma
; Public-private partnership initiative in curbing aboriginal offending
: Pharmaceutical regulation
; Pre-release experience of offenders
; PTSD among corrections officers
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|Location:||Law Commerce (3.30)|
|Postal address:||GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia|
Other Journal Articles
de Lint, Willem (2008)."Intelligent Governmentality." The Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice. 27/1: 195-240
Cotter, Ryan. W. de Lint and D. O"Connor (2008). "Ordering Images: Cooking Reality in COPS." Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture. 15/3: 277-289.
de Lint, Willem. (2008). "The Security Double Take: The Political, Simulation and the Border." Surveillance and Society: Special Issue: Smart Borders and Mobilities: Spaces, Zones and Exclusions. 5/2: 166-187.
de Lint, Willem., D. O"Connor and R. Cotter. (2007). "Controlling the Flow: Security, Exclusivity, and Criminal Intelligence in Ontario." International Journal of the Sociology of Law. 35: 41-58.
de Lint, Willem and S. Virta and J. Deukmedjian (2007). "Simulating Control: A Shift in Policing." American Behavioural Scientist. 50/12: 1631-1647.
Deukmedjian, John. and W. de Lint (2007). "Community into Intelligence: Resolving Information Uptake in the RCMP." Policing & Society. 17/4: 239-256.
de Lint, Willem (2006). "Governmentality, Critical Criminology and the Absent Norm." Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 48/4: 721-734.
de Lint, Willem (2006). "Intelligence in Policing and Security: Reflections on scholarship." Policing & Society: an international journal of research and policy. 16/1:1-6.
de Lint, Willem (2005). "Public Order Policing: A Tough to Follow?" International Journal of the Sociology of Law. 33/4: 179-199.
de Lint, Willem, R. Gostlow and A. Hall (2005). "Judgement by Deferral: the Interlocutory Injunction in Labour Disputes Involving Picketing." Canadian Journal of Law Society. 20/2: 67-93.
de Lint, Willem and S. Virta (2004). "Security in Ambiguity: towards a radical security politics." Theoretical Criminology. 8/4: 495-519.
(reprinted 2006). in Crime and Security. Benjamin Goold and Lucia Zedner (eds.) Ashgate
Hall, Alan. and W. de Lint (2003). "Policing Labour in Canada." Policing and Society: an international journal of research and policy. 13/3: 219-234.
de Lint, Willem (2003). "Keeping open Windows: Police as Access Brokers." British Journal of Criminology. 43/2: 379-397.