Jenion, Greg



Greg Jenion received his Ph.D. from Simon Fraser University (SFU) in 2010. His publications include articles in the Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice; the Journal of Experimental Criminology; the Western Criminological Review; Criminal Justice Policy Review; the Security Journal; and Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI).

Dr. Jenion's current research focus is in the area of crime prevention and community safety. In 2007, he was a member of the City of Surrey's Mayor's Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety ( Greg is involved in several research projects around the Lower Mainland. These projects have involved extensive file review, as well as the interviewing of offenders in secure institutional settings and local probation offices. In 2005, he was involved in a research project at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital (FPH) studying violence and aggression. Greg is associated with the Institute of Canadian Urban Research Studies (ICURS) at SFU under the direction of Drs. Paul and Patricia Brantingham. Prior research involvement at ICURS included Project 6116, A National Study of Young Offender Involvement in Motor Vehicle Theft, and the more recent study of Ambient Populations in the Calculation of Crime Rates with Dr. Martin Andresen.

A full-time faculty member in the Department of Criminology since 2005, Greg teaches:

  • CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminology
  • CRIM 1208 Methods of Research in Criminology
  • CRIM 2331 Sociological Explanations of Criminal Behaviour
  • CRIM 3100 Advanced Theories of Crime and Community
  • CRIM 4150 Directed Studies
  • CRIM 4201 Community Safety and Crime Prevention

Publication links:

[2012] Crime Mapping: A Journal of Research and Practice (in press)

[2011] Journal of Experimental Criminology, Clare, Spicer, Bratingham, Calvert, Jenion.pdf

[2010] Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI), 2010 IEEE International Conference

[2010] Simon Fraser University

[2008] Security Journal 4.pdf

[2008] Criminal Justice Policy Review

[2003] Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice

[2003] Simon Fraser University