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dr. Andrew Lemieux

About dr. Andrew Lemieux

Andrew Lemieux studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics at the University of Arizona (BS 2005, MS 2006). He subsequently earned a Master’s degree (2008) and PhD (2010) in Criminal Justice from Rutgers University. His doctoral research examined the risk of violent victimisation Americans are exposed to in different activities and places. Since 2010, he has worked at the NSCR as a post-doc and then as a researcher. His current research focuses on the spatial and temporal elements of wildlife crime within protected areas with a specialisation in understanding and planning ranger patrols.

Andrew is a member of the Wildlife Crime Cluster and the Spatial-temporal Cluster.

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2015

Lemieux, A M; Brouwer, E

Assessing Threats and Devising Prevention Strategies: The Role of SCP in Tiger Protection Inproceedings

2015.

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Lemieux, A M; Alidria, B; Guma, N

Poaching, Isn't Poaching, Isn't Poaching: Wildlife Crime Patterns Inside Protected Areas Inproceedings

2015.

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2014

Eloff, C; Lemieux, A M

Rhino poaching in Kruger National Park, South Africa: Aligning analysis, technology and prevention Book Chapter

Lemieux, A M (Ed.): Situational Prevention of Poaching, Chapter 2, pp. 18-43, Routledge, Oxford, 2014.

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2011

Lemieux, A M

Policing poaching and protecting pachyderms : Lessons learned from Africa's elephants Book Chapter

Mawby, B I; Yarwood, R (Ed.): Rural policing and policing the rural, pp. 183-192 & complete bibliografie, Ashgate, Farnham, 2011, (NSCR-2011.22).

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Improving Wildlife Protection Strategy and Metrics with Practitioners

The NSCR’s Wildlife Crime Cluster was honoured to host seven members of Panthera’s Tiger Programme this summer as Visiting Scholars. The cluster has been working...

Globalisation of Fisheries Conference | February 3‐5 | Texel

The prevalence, actors, ecological impact and regulation of illegal fishing NIOZ and NSCR organised this 3-day international conference to discuss current issues...

February 3-5 2017 | Conference Globalisation of Fisheries

February 3-5 2017 | Texel | The Netherlands The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea...

February 3-5 2017 | Conference Globalisation of Fisheries

February 3-5 2017 | Texel | The Netherlands The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea...

Poaching in Uganda: The WILD LEO Project

Andrew Lemieux has developed the ‘Wildlife Intelligence and Leadership Development program’ (WILD) to provide law enforcement officers (LEOs) of the Uganda Wildlife...