PhD, M Arts, B Arts (Honours)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Procedural justice
- Police legitimacy
- Policing of minority groups
- Youth justice
Madon, N., Sargeant, E., & Murphy, K. (2017). Promoting police legitimacy among disengaged minority groups: Does procedural justice matter more? Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Madon, N., Murphy, K., & Cherney, A. (2016). Promoting community collaboration in counter-terrorism: Do social identities and perceptions of legitimacy mediate reactions to procedural justice policing? British Journal of Criminology.
Greene, C. & Madon, N. (2014) Pretrial Diversion, In J. Albanese (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.
Greene, C., Sprott, J., Madon, N., & Jung, M. (2010).“Punishing Processes in Youth Court: Procedural justice, court atmosphere, and youths’ views of the legitimacy of the justice system.” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 52(5): 527-544.
Madon, N. (2016). The Retention of Women in the Private Practice of Criminal Law: Final Report. Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario.
Levi, R. & A. Owusu-Bempah, with Madon, N., Jung, M., Berardi, L., & Risteska, D. (2010). Justice, Policing and Security: Literature Review for 2009. Metropolis/Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Government of Canada.
Wortley, S., Marshall, L., Madon, N., & Sandford, K. (2009). Justice, Policing, and Security: A review of the 2007 and 2008 Canadian research literature. Metropolis/Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Government of Canada.
Greene, C., Jung, M. & Madon, N. (2008). Learning from the court experience. Toronto: Roots of Violence Inquiry, Government of Ontario.
Wortley, S., Seepersad, R., Mcalla, A., Singh, R., Madon, N., Greene,C., Myers, N., & Roswell, T. (2008). The root causes of youth violence: A review of major theoretical perspectives. Toronto: Roots of Violence Inquiry, Government of Ontario.
Madon, N. (2002). A follow up study re-examining high risk youth demographics and an analysis of the interventions involving youth cars 'Yankee 177' and 'Car 278'. Vancouver Police Department.