Gwendolyn Geuze is a PhD Candidate at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. She obtained her MSc degree in 'Crime and Criminal Justice' at Leiden University in 2019. Prior to coming to the Netherlands, Gwendolyn worked for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police ("E" Division HQ, B.C., Canada), and the Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research (Abbotsford, B.C., Canada), where she assisted in conducting criminal justice and public-safety related research projects.
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Gwen's doctoral research falls within the area of youth justice, and focuses on the perceptions and effects of alternative sanctions in the Dutch juvenile justice system.
Diplock, J., Pauls, N., & Geuze, G.J. (in press). Issues of Substance Use and Related Crime in Adolescence. In Smandych, R.J. & Winterdyk, J. (Eds.), Youth at Risk and Youth Justice: A Canadian Overview. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Schenk, A., Geuze, G.J., & McCormick, A. (2018). Ensuring healthy homes for British Columbians: Toward a Provincial Standard for the Remediation of Residential Properties Used in Drug Production. Abbotsford, BC: UFV School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.