Staff

Daniel Cauchy, Director General

Daniel Cauchy has been ICPC’s Director General since February 2013. This is his second term at ICPC, having been previously loaned by the Sûreté du Québec (Quebec provincial police) in 2007 to improve the Centre’s police partnerships. He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA, Université du Québec à Montréal), and has over ten years’ experience with the Sûreté du Québec as a senior manager in labor relations, human resources, relationships with municipalities, communications, and audits. Prior to his police career, he spent several years in commercial management. He has also had the opportunity to be involved in crime prevention directly in the field as a regional manager of a number of ICPC’s programs.

Serges Bruneau, Consultant 
Serges Bruneau has an Honours BA of Criminology (University of Montreal), and joined ICPC in 2003. He is experienced in the fields of young offenders’ rehabilitation, Quebec Health and Social Services, and teaching. In addition, he has specialized in crime prevention at the local level, having coordinated the City of Montreal crime prevention program, Tandem Montreal, for over 10 years. He has contributed to several crime prevention initiatives, such as the Quebec cities guide titled Sécurité dans les milieux de vie - Pour le mieux-être des citoyens, des citoyennes et des familles. He is a former member of the National Crime Prevention Centre and of the Table ronde du Québec sur la prévention de la criminalité, and is currently President of the Conseil consultatif québécois en prévention de la criminalité. He has also worked in the fields of homelessness, drug addiction, homeless youth and urban prostitution and is former Programme Director at ICPC.

 

Margaret Shaw, Consultant 
Margaret Shaw, PhD is a sociologist and criminologist, and was Director of Analysis and Exchange at the ICPC from 1999 to 2011. She now works as an independent consultant, including with ICPC. Before joining ICPC she worked for over 20 years as a research and policy advisor in the Home Office, England. Between 1986 to 1999 she was a lecturer and Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology at Concordia University, Montréal, and undertook research for Federal, Provincial and municipal governments and police organizations in Canada. She has undertaken extensive research internationally including for UN HABITAT, UNODC, UN WOMEN and WHO and published widely on crime prevention, youth violence, justice and rehabilitation, gender, women’s imprisonment and safety, human trafficking, and evaluation. In 2013 she was awarded the Saltzman Prize for Contributions to Practice by the Division of Women and Crime, American Society of Criminology, and in 2014 the G.O.W. Mueller Award for Distinguished Contributions to International Criminal Justice, from the International Division of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

Kassa Bourne, Director of Administration  
Kassa Bourne joined ICPC in January 2010. Originally from England, Kassa has lived and worked in London, Rome and New York City, arriving in Montreal in 1994. For the past 10 years she has worked in the city’s thriving multimedia sector, five years of which were in a management position. She holds an MA in Italian and French from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

 

 

 

 

Anne Onana, Communication Manager

http://www.crime-prevention-intl.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Personnel/Anne_SiteWeb.JPGAnne Onana joined ICPC in March 2016. She holds an MA in Translation and Intercultural Communication from the Management and Intercultural Communication Institute (ISIT) in Paris (France). She has lived and worked in various countries including France, Spain and Canada. Thanks to her passion for languages and communications, she has been able to secure positions in the fields of Translation, Writing and Communications.

 

 

 

 

 

Pablo Madriaza, Director, Research and Programmes

Pablo Madriaza joined ICPC in October 2013.  He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, an MA in Anthropology from the University of Chile, and an MA in Sociology from the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), France. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at the University of Paris-Descartes, France. He has participated in numerous research projects and publications on school violence, crime and the prison system in Chile, and studies on collective action. He has taught at several universities and has participated in several intervention projects principally linked to school violence, domestic violence and mental health intervention community programs.

 

 

 

Pier Alexandre Lemaire, Analyst and Project Officer

http://www.crime-prevention-intl.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Personnel/IMG_6110.JPGPier Alexandre Lemaire joined ICPC in March 2016. He has lived and worked in the UK, the US and Nicaragua. Previously, he was an intern at the Quebec Government bureau in Boston, in public affairs, and as research assistant at the ICPC, in 2014, on the prevention of human trafficking and violence in public institutions. He later served as researcher in the field of public governance in education and as a project manager for the prevention of juvenile delinquency. He studied in political science at Laval University, and in International & Public policy at the University of Sherbrooke. He is greatly interested in issues of urban safety and crime prevention among youth.

 

 

Ariane de Palacio, PhD, Analyst and Project Officer

http://www.crime-prevention-intl.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Personnel/Ariane.jpgAriane de Palacio joined ICPC in January, 2017. She holds a PhD. in Geography with a specialization in Geopolitics from Laval University, in Quebec City, as well as a MSc in Rural Geography from the University of Bordeaux, France. She has previously worked as a lecturer, research officer and research assistant on projects related to governance issues, conflicts and public participation. She also developed an expertise on Latin American contexts and dynamics. She was the lead researcher of an international comparative study on national prevention strategies for youth violence. She is currently working on the 6th edition of ICPC’s International Report on Crime Prevention and Community Safety, in addition to being the lead researcher of a study assessing national prevention strategies and crime observatories in three Caribbean countries.

 

 

Fanny Valendru, Analyst and Project officer

http://www.crime-prevention-intl.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Personnel/CIMG5791.JPGFanny Valendru holds a degree in political sciences from the Institute of Political Studies in Lyon. She studied politico-social developments under the prism of the State, international bodies and civil society. In 2012, she obtained her Diploma on Latin America and the Caribbean and she left to study at the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. In 2013, she joined INTERPOL’s General Secretariat, Department of Drugs & Criminal Organizations. Afterwards, Fanny specialized in Russian-speaking criminals and produced a master’s thesis on the subject. She completed her internship at ICPC in 2015. Today, Fanny works on the prevention of radicalization within the probation system. She is also particularly interested in economics, history and gender issues.

 

 

Cateline Autixier, Analyst and Project officer

http://www.crime-prevention-intl.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Personnel/cateline.JPGCateline joined ICPC in February 2017. She holds a master’s degree in Law from the University of Lyon III, obtained through an exchange at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She also holds a master II in Law and Criminology from the University of Aix-Marseille, with a specialization in mass killings in North America. She then completed a master’s degree in Criminology at the University of Montreal. Throughout her career at the university and the International Centre for Compared Criminology (CICC), she held several positions as teaching and research assistant on various subjects ranging from corruption in the award of public contracts to those who plead guilty, cryptomarkets and violence in bars. She then became Analyst Intern at ICPC and worked on the prevention of radicalization leading to violence. Her field of specialization is particularly focused on issues relating to criminal policies and practices as well as the prison system and social rehabilitation. Her master’s thesis is focused on the experience of individuals on parole in Quebec.

 

 

Liam Stock-Rabbat, Analyst and Project officer

 http://www.crime-prevention-intl.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Personnel/liam.jpgLiam joined ICPC in August 2017. A Montreal native, Liam has just come back from 4 years in Edinburgh, Scotland where he completed a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Edinburgh in Politics and Social and Economic History. Assessing France’s current counter-terrorism policy for his dissertation, he’s developed an in-depth understanding of violent radicalization and its prevention. In 2018, he will be heading to The Hague to commence his MSc in Crisis and Security Management at the University of Leiden.