School of Health & Life Sciences and Community Services|
Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice|
Academic and Professional Designations |
PhD Student, Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University
MA, Conflict Transformation, Eastern Mennonite University
BA (Hons.), Sociology, McMaster University
BA, Sociology, University of Windsor
LAW 71450 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
SOC 72000 Social Issues I: Risks & Challenges
LAW 72320 Alternative Dispute Resolution Strategies
LAW 73010 Youth Justice
LAW 74090 Community Corrections
Areas of Expertise & Interest|
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities|
Restorative Justice Mediator with the Correctional Service Canada
Individual & Group Counsellor for men who have used violence.
Writer and Editor for academic and nonacademic presses.
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications |
Oudshoorn, J. (2016).
Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice in the United States. Toronto: Canadian
Scholar’s Press Inc.
Oudshoorn, J. (2015).
Trauma-Informed Youth Justice in Canada:
A new framework toward a kinder future. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press Inc.
Amstutz, L., &
Jackett, M. (2015).
The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Sexual
Abuse. New York:
I thoroughly enjoy teaching and learning together with students.
I am very proud of the accomplishments of many current and past Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice students.|