Publications list

Peer reviewed, single author books:

Chrismas, R. (2019, in progress with a major University Press). Slavery and the Sex Industry in Present-day Canada (working title).

Chrismas, R. (2013/14). Canadian Policing in the 21st Century: A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes. Montreal, Canada: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
          •  Runner-up for best non-fiction,  Manitoba Book Awards, 2017.

Edited edition books:

Reimer, L. & R. Chrismas. (2019, in progress). Beyond Reconciliation: The Journey Toward a Shared Future in Canada. New York: Lexington.

Dissertation:

Chrismas, R. (2017). Modern Day Slavery and the Sex Industry: Raising the Voices of Survivors and Collaborators While Confronting Sex Trafficking and Exploitation in Manitoba,Canada. Available at MSpace, University of Manitoba.
          •  University of Manitoba Distinguished Dissertation Award, 2017

Book chapters:

Chrismas, R. (2019).Raising the Voices of Survivors and Collaborators Confronting Sex Trafficking and Exploitation of Indigenous Women and Girls in Manitoba, Canada” in Jennifer Markides and Laura Forsythe. (2019). Research Journeys in/to Multiple Ways of Knowing, Chapter 7, p. 63-72. New York, New York: DIO Press Inc.

Chrismas, R. (2018). “Stories From Survivors of Canada’s Sex Industry.” in Conflict Transformation, Peace-building and Storytelling: Research from the Mauro Centre. Volume 1, Chapter 4. New York: Lexington Books.

Chrismas, R. (In press, 2019). “The Meaning of Words: Qualitative Research Addressing Social Challenges.” In Reimer, L., Standish, K., Thiessen, C. (2019). Expanding the Edges of Narrative Enquiry: Research from the Mauro Institute. New York, NY: Lexington.

McFee, D. and R. Chrismas (2019, in progress). “The Evolution of Canadian Policing and Reconciliation” in Reimer, L. & R. Chrismas. (2019, in progress). Beyond Reconciliation: The Journey Toward a Shared Future in Canada. New York: Lexington.

Peer reviewed journal articles:

Hodzic, S. & R. Chrismas. (2019).“The Politics of Pot in Canada: Consumers, Enforcers and Profiteers.” Journal of Community Safety and Well Being.  vol. 4 no. 2 (August) p.19-21.

Chrismas, R. (2019). “All the flowers may die, but the thistles will live”: Sex trafficking through the eyes of a police officer-researcher.” Dignity: A Journal of Sexual Exploitation and Violence. vol. 4, Iss. 1, Article 7.

Chrismas, R. (2018). “The Power in Stories That Cannot Be Replaced.” The Qualitative Report, 23 (12), p. 3118-35.

Hodzic, S. & R. Chrismas (2018). “Taking Back the Power: The link between poverty and Canada’s sex industry.” Journal of Community Safety and Well Being. vol. 3 no. 2, (October) p. 34-37.

Chrismas, R. (2018). “Gaining a fuller picture of sex trafficking in Manitoba: A case study of narrative-based research utilizing ‘low tech’ thematic analysis.” Journal of Research Practice, 14 (1). Athabasca University.

Chrismas, R. & S. Byrne. (2018). “The Evolving Peace and Conflict Studies Discipline.” The Journal For Peace and Justice Studies. vol. 27 issue 2, p. 98-118.

Chrismas, R. (2018, in press). “Police Corruption and Canada’s Distinction.” African Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. vol. 1, issue 1. p. 9-23.

Chrismas, Brandi & R. Chrismas. (2017). “What are we doing to protect newcomer youth in Canada, and help them succeed?” (December) Journal of Community Safety and Well Being. vol. 2 no. 3, (December) p. 87-90.

Chrismas, R. (2016). “Policing on Turtle Island: The Continued Evolution of Policing and First Nations Peoples in Canada.” Journal of Community Safety and Well Being, vol. 1, no. 2 (August) p. 44-50.

Chrismas, R. (2016). “Perceptions on Confronting Sexual Exploitation in Canada: An Introduction to New Primary Research.” Journal of Community Safety and Well Being, vol. 1, no. 2 (August) p. 4-6.

Chrismas, R. (2013). “Multi-Track Diplomacy and Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.” Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict, vol. 45, no. 1, p. 5- 30.

Chrismas, R. (2012). “The people are the police: Building trust with Aboriginal communities in contemporary Canada.” Canadian Public Administration vol. 55, no. 3 (September) p. 451–70.

Chrismas, R. (2012). “An Arranged Marriage: police-media conflict and collaboration.”Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology. vol. 1, issue 1 (October) p. 43-51.

Professional journals/magazine articles:

Chrismas, R. (2019). “Ethnic Diversity in Policing.” Justice Report, vol. 34. no. 1 (February). Canadian Criminal Justice Association.

Chrismas, R. (2019). “Selling Cannabis.” Carwash & Convenience Magazine (January issue).

Chrismas, R. (2018). “Why Write?” Blog for Institute of Public Administration, Canada- Manitoba Chapter.

Chrismas, R. (2018). “Protecting employees and customers from drug fueled violence.” Carwash and Convenience Magazine. (Spring issue).

Hodzic, Sandra and R. Chrismas. (2018). “Protecting Refugee Children from Gangs.” Manitoba School Councillor. (Spring).

Chrismas, R. (2016). “Confronting sex trafficking and exploitation in Canada.” Multi-Briefs (February).

Chrismas, R. (2015). “The Colonial Wake, Reconciliation and Community Oriented Policing with Inuit, Metis and First Nations People in Canada.” Justice Report, vol. 30. no. 3 (September). Canadian Criminal Justice Association.

Chrismas, R. & C. Ponce-Joly (2015). “Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration- An Essential Tool and Skill of Responsible Public Service in High Risk Service Provision” Justice Report, vol. 30. no. 2 (June). Canadian Criminal Justice Association,

Chrismas, R. (2015). “Community Policing in the Age of Technology.” Justice Report, vol. 29, no. 4 (Fall). Canadian Criminal Justice Association.

Chrismas, R. (2014). “Is Your Agency Up to The Challenges of Modern Administration?”ImPact, Institute of Public Administration, Canada. (April).

Chrismas, R. (2013). “Law Enforcement and Change” Law Enforcement Today. (August).

Chrismas, R. (2013). “A Frontline Officer Reflects” Blue Line Magazine. (September)

Newspaper articles:

Chrismas, R. (2014, 4 October). “Winnipeg’s compassionate past still needed.” Winnipeg Free Press.

Chrismas, R. (2014, 6 September). “The life some people choose, but nobody wants.” Winnipeg Free Press.

Chrismas, R. (2014, 2 August). “Do police give different treatment to different neighborhoods?” Winnipeg Free Press.

Chrismas, R. (2014, 5 July). “Shared responsibility the only solution to social problems.” Winnipeg Free Press.

Chrismas, R. (2014, 5 April). “We can pay now or pay more later.” Winnipeg Free Press.

Chrismas, R. (2014, 4 January). “It’s our future: what are we doing for youth?” Winnipeg Free Press.