Department of Criminology and Security Science

Ms C Doorewaard

College of Law
School of Criminal Justice
Department: Criminology and Security Science
Lecturer
Tel: 012 433 9499
E-mail: edoorec@unisa.ac.za

Qualifications

  • BA Criminology - UNISA
  • BA Criminology (Hons) - UNISA

Currently teaching

  • CMY2603 - Child and Youth Misbehaviour 

Fields of academic interests

  • Offender Assessment and Profiling
  • Rural crime
  • Livestock theft
  • Maritime piracy

Field of Specialisation

  • Livestock theft

Journal articles

  • Herbig, F.J.W. & Doorewaard, C. 2018. Offender interviewing in custodial settings: Understanding validity, value and veracity issues. Journal of Psychology in Africa. 28(5):426-431
  • Doorewaard, C., Hesselink, A & Clack, W. 2015. Livestock theft: Expanding on criminological profiling and offender assessment practices in South Africa. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology: Special Edition No 4/2015: Criminology in democratic South Africa: Coming of age. Special Edition 4:37-49.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2015. The intricacies surrounding maritime piracy: Lessons to be learned? Acta Criminological: Southern African Journal of Criminology. 28(3):63-76.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2014. The dark figure of crime and its impact on the criminal justice system. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology. 27(2):1-13.

Paper presentations

  • Doorewaard, C. 2018. A criminological contribution to predictive policing: The case of livestock theft. Paper presented that the 29th Annual Meeting of the International Police Executive Symposium (IPES), Vienna, Austria, 19-24 August.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2017 .Not just another commodity: Livestock theft as an organised crime. Paper presented at the International Rural Crime Conference, Pretoria, 27 September.  
  • Doorewaard, C. 2015. Livestock theft: Expanding on criminological profiling and offender assessment practices in South Africa. Paper presented at the Criminological and Victimological Society of Southern Africa (CRIMSA) biannual conference, Cape Town, 21-23 September 2015. 

Other

Servamus Publications

  • Doorewaard, C. 2018. Getting inside criminal minds and learning from them. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 111 (11): 36-37.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2017. A guessing game or a useful tool? Utilising criminal profiling in forensic investigations: A short overview. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 110 (2):54-55.
  • Doorewaard, C. & Minnaar, A. 2017. Witness protection: A “hit-or-miss” situation. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 110 (3):34-35.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2017. Managing violent protests: A brief overview. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 110 (10):30-31.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2016. Policing rural (agricultural) areas: Livestock theft as a point of departure. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 109(3):30-31.
  • Doorewaard, C & Minnaar, A. 2016. Organised crime: A perplexing concept. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 109(4):34-35.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2016. The enigma of females involved in organised crime. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 109(5):34-35.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2015. Livestock theft: An analysis of the perpetrator – Part 1. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 108(3):52-53.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2015. Livestock theft: An analysis of the perpetrator – Part 2. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 108(4):52-53.
  • Doorewaard, C. 2014. The implications of the dark figure of crime. Servamus: Community-based Safety & Security Magazine. 107(12):30-31.