Publications

Peer Reviewed Work

 

Rieken, J., García-Sánchez, E., & Bear, D. (Forthcoming, 2019). Navigating Security in Bogotá. In M. Kaldor, S. Sassen & R. Andersson (Eds.), Cities at War: Global insecurity and urban resistance. New York: Columbia University Press.

Greer, A.M., Sorge, J., Sharpe, K., Bear, D., & Macdonald, S.  (2018) Police encounters and experiences among youths and adults who use drugs: qualitative and quantitative findings of a cross-sectional study in Victoria, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Bear, D. (2017). “From Toques to Tokes: Two challenges facing nationwide legalization of cannabis in Canada.” International   journal of drug policy 42: 97-101.

Rieken, J., Garcia-Sanchez, E., Trujillo, M., & Bear, D. (2015). Digital Ethnography and the Social Dimension of Introspection: An Empirical Study in Two Colombian Schools. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 1-22. doi: 10.1007/s12124-015-9299-1
Bear, D. (2013). Adapting, acting out, or standing firm: understanding the place of drugs in the policing of a London borough. Department of Social Policy. London, London School of Economics and Political Science. PhD in Social Policy: 335.

Reports

Eastwood, N., et al. (2013). The Numbers in Black and White: Ethnic Disparities in the Policing and Prosecution of Drug Offences in England and Wales. London, Release (Drugs, The Law & Human Rights).

Bear, D. and C. Lawrence (2013). An Overview of Police Recruitment, Training, and Career Advancement in Canada for the Colombian Context. Toronto, Ideas Para La Paz Foundation.

Rieken, J. and D. Bear (2013). England and Wales Police Training for the Colombian Context, Ideas Para La Paz Foundation.

Shiner, M., et al. (2014). “Are You Talking To Me?”: An Evaluation of Structured Communication in Prison. London, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Op/Ed and Blogs

Bear, D. (2017). Marijuana Decriminalization: Why is Trudeau Creating Legal Limbo. The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Globe and Mail.

Bear, D. (2016). Will Legalizing Marijuana Actually Dismantle its Black Market? The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Globe and Mail.

Bear, D. (2016). Do Less Lethal Weapons Improve the Community’s Confidence in Police? The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Globe and Mail.

Bear, D. (2016). The War on Drugs is Dead: Canada Can Help Lead the Peace. The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Globe and Mail.

Bear, D. (2014). In the War on Drugs, Less Heroism, More Helping. The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Globe and Mail.

Bear, D. (2015). Call a Truce in the War on Drugs. The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Globe and Mail.

Bear, D. and J. Rieken (2014). Those Cheering for Police Body-Worn Cameras Must Think a Little Deeper. The Guardian. London.

Bear, D. and J. Rieken (2014). Why Putting Cameras on Cops is Not Enough. The Globe and Mail. Toronto, Canada.

Bear, D. and J. Rieken (2012). Should all police officers really be university educated? The Guardian. London.

Bear, D. (2013). Post Office Placements Aren’t the Key to Boosting Confidence in the Police. The Guardian. London, UK, The Guardian.

Bear, D. (2012). The distorted measurements of drugs policy risk harming the community. LSE Politics and Policy Blog. London, The London School of Economics.

Bear, D. (2012). Giving Police Jobs to G4S is Not The Way Forward. The Guardian. London.
Bear, D. (2011). Crime Maps: A Public Information Tool? LSE Politics and Policy Blog. London, The London School of Economics. 

Bear, D. (2011). Sometimes a crime map is just a crime map. The Guardian. London.

Bear, D. (2011). Water cannon won’t quench the fire inside rioters. The Guardian. London.

Bear, D. (2011). We need quality policing, not Theresa May’s focus on bobbies on the beat. The Guardian. London.

Bear, D. and M. Shiner (2011). Strange police priorities in a time of austerity. The Guardian. London.

Bear, D. (2010). The secret of community policing? Sandwiches. The Guardian. London.