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Boivin, Rémi

Research Fellow

  • Assistant professor at the School of criminology


  • Telephone 514-343-6111 #2473 Pav. PAV.M.CARON-L.GROULX-3200 J.B. \ Ext. C-4077
Boivin, Rémi


Rémi Boivin (PhD, University of Montreal) worked for four years as a planning advisor at the city of Montreal’s police Service. Member of the International Centre for Comparative Criminology (ICCC), he’s interested in several aspects of criminality and of the police’s response. His most recent work concerns the transnational traffic of illegal drugs.

Areas of expertise


  • Boivin, R. (2014). Drug trafficking networks in the world-economy. In Morselli, C. (ed.). Crime and networks. Londres : New York : Routledge.

  • Ouellet, F., Boivin, R., Leclerc, C. & Morselli, C. (2013). Friends with(out) benefits : Co-offending and re-arrest. Global Crime, 14(2-3), 141-154.

  • Boivin, R. (2013). Prince George is not (and never was) Canada’s most dangerous city : using police-recorded data for comparison of volume and seriousness of crimes. Social Indicators Research.

  • Boivin, R. (2012). Drug trade. In Ciment, J. & Bates, C. (Eds.). Global Social Issues : An encyclopedia. New York : M. E. Sharpe.

  • Boivin, R. (2010). Le monde à l’envers ? : Vers une approche structurelle du trafic transnational de drogues illicites. Déviance et Société, 34(1), 93-114.

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