Conor O'Reilly (Septembre-décembre 2019)

Pavillon Lionel-Groulx
3150, rue Jean-Brillant
C-4083
Téléphone : (514) 343-7065
Télécopie : (514) 343-2269

C.OReilly@leeds.ac.uk

Conor O'Reilly is an Associate Professor of Transnational Crime and Security at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies - School of Law - University of Leeds. He has a PhD in Criminology from Queen’s University Belfast, Institute of Criminology, School of Law.

He will be hosted at the ICCC by Karine Côté-Boucher and Benoît Dupont.

Professor O'Reilly will present a conference on November 20th 2019 at the University of Montréal, entitled Kidnapping in the US-Mexico Borderlands and the 'Intimacy-Distance Paradox'.

Research thematics

  • transnational crime and crime control;
  • kidnapping;
  • high policing and surveillance;
  • pluralisation of policing;
  • branding security;
  • commodification of security;
  • colonial policing and its contemporary legacies.

Recent publications

  • C. O’Reilly (Forthcoming) Policing Global Risks: The Transnational Security Consultancy Industry (Oxford: Hart Publishing)
  • C. O’Reilly (2019) ‘Capturing (Im)mobility: The Challenges of Kidnapping Research’ in L. Achilli and G.E. Sanchez When Smuggling Goes Wrong (UNODC/MPC 2019)
  • C. O’Reilly (2018) Colonial Policing and the Transnational Legacy: The Global Dynamics of Policing Across the Lusophone Community (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge Publishing)
  • C. O’Reilly (2018) ‘Policing the Lusophone Community Across Time and Space’ in C. O’Reilly (ed.) Colonial Policing and the Transnational Legacy: The Global Dynamics of Policing Across the Lusophone Community (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2018)
  • C. O’Reilly (2018) ‘Branding Rio de Janeiro’s Pacification Model: A Silver Bullet for the Planet of Slums?’ in C. O’Reilly (ed.) Colonial Policing and the Transnational Legacy: The Global Dynamics of Policing Across the Lusophone Community (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2018)
  • J. Shapland, C. O’Reilly et al (2015) Criminology, Security and Justice: Methodological and Epistemological Issues – GERN Research Paper Series (Antwerp: Maklu Publishers)

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