Publications and Reports:
Crocker, Diane; Minaker, Joanne; Nelund, Amanda, Eds. (2020) Violence Interrupted: Confronting Sexual Violence on University Campuses. Crocker, Diane; Minaker, Joanne; Nelund, Amanda, Eds. Montreal: McGill University Press.
Crocker, Diane and Marcus Silbey (2020) Making Sense of Campus Rape Culture in Collaborating for change: Transforming cultures to end gender based violence in higher education edited by Ruth Lewis and Susan Marine for Oxford University Press.
Crocker, Diane (2020) “Telling Stories and Making Sense of Campus Culture” in Violence Interrupted: Confronting Sexual Violence on University Campuses. Crocker, Diane; Minaker, Joanne; Nelund, Amanda, Eds. Montreal: McGill University Press.
Evaluation Portfolio for Standing Together. Written with Marlee Jordan and Lisa Jacobs. (51pp.)
Creating Communities of Care: Evaluation Report (Year one- July 2019 – July 2020). (56pp.) Written with Clare Levin.
Domestic Violence Safety Planning, Risk Assessment and Management: Perspectives from Service Providers in Nova Scotia. Domestic Homicide Brief 10. London, ON: Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative with Vulnerable Populations. Written with Gena Dufour. (20 pp.)
Standing Together Evaluation and Learning Report Prepared for the Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women (31pp) (2020)
Resotrative Conversations: Talking about Restorative Approaches and Gender-Based Violence in Nova Scotia (with Sue Bookchin and Verona Singer) submitted to the Metro Interagency Committee on Family Violence (55 pp) (2019)
Domestic Violence Court Evaluation Report (with Jessica Burke) submitted to the NS Department of Justice. 35 pp. (2019)
Evaluation Report: Waves of Change: Bystander Intervention Training Program for Nova Scotia Universities 33pp. (Marlee Jordan as first author) (2019)
Crocker, Diane (2017) The Domestic Violence Court Pilot Project: Lessons from and Evaluation. In Innovations in Interventions to Address Intimate Partner Violence: Research and Practice Tod Austusta-Scott, Katreena Scott, and Leslie Tutty (eds.)
Final Report: Domestic Violence Court Pilot Project, Sydney, Nova Scotia Court Services, Nova Scotia Department of Justice (119 pp.) (2016)
Crocker, Diane (2008) Criminal Harassment and Law’s Transformative Potential. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 20(1):87-110.
Crocker, Diane (2005) Regulating Intimacy: Judicial Discourse in Cases of Wife Assault (1970- 2000). Violence Against Women: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal. 11(2):197-226.
Crocker, Diane and Valéry Kalemba (1999) The Incidence and Impact of Women’s Experience of Sexual Harassment. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology. 36(4):541-559.
Grants and Contracts:
Evaluation of Waves of Change: Bystander Training Program Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre & Sexual Assault Services Association ($25,000) 2020
Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Offender Navigator Program Halifax Regional Police (Principal Investigator) $5000 (2020)
Evaluation of Standing Together: A Provincial Plan to Prevent Domestic Violence (Principal Investigator) $250,000 from the NS Advisory Council on the Status of Women (2019-2020)
Domestic Violence Court Evaluation Project (Principal Investigator) $3000 Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research
Engaging (In)Justice Stories $24,682, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Connections Grant (Principal Investigator)
Voices of Women – Experiences of Justice Project (2018) $7,000 funded by CLARI (Change Lab Action Research Institute) with Be the Peace Institute (Research Partner)
Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative for Vulnerable Populations $2.1 million (Co-Applicant, Peter Jaffee and Myrna Dawson Co-Principal Investigators) SSHRC Partnership Grant
Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Court Pilot Project, Sydney Nova Scotia, Department of Justice, $50, 000 (Principal Investigator)
Canadian Observatory on the Justice System Response to Intimate Partner Violence SSHRC- Strategic Knowledge Cluster Program, $2, 500, 000 (Co-Applicant; Principal Investigator: C. Gill)
Victims’ Stories of Criminal Harassment, Department of Justice Canada, $25,000 (Principal Investigator)