handWith the ongoing intensification of criminalization and punishment in the Canadian context there is a need for research to study shifts and continuities concerning these social processes and their consequences to inform broader public discussions. The Criminalization and Punishment Education Project (CPEP) aims to bring students and professors from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa together to identify key issues to be the focus of criminological inquiry, develop collaborative research projects, as well as plan and carry-out related public education initiatives.


For more information about CPEP, contact Carleton University’s representatives:

Prof. Aaron Doyle  Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology adoyle2525@rogers.com
Prof. Diana Young Dept. of Law and Legal Studies diana.young@carleton.ca
Prof. Maeve McMahon  Dept. of Law and Legal Studies maeve.mcmahon@carleton.ca