Bob Chrismas, PhD, writes prolifically on justice issues. Bob is a Staff Sergeant in his 34th year with the Winnipeg Police Service. He completed his Master of Public Administration (MPA) at the U. of Winnipeg and U. of Manitoba in 2009 (distinction) and Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Peace and Conflict Studies at the U. of Manitoba in 2017. Bob won the University of Manitoba Distinguished Dissertation Award for his research interrupting Canada’s criminal sex industry. Bob's publications include numerous peer-reviewed book chapters, journal and magazine articles and books on justice related topics. His first book, Canadian Policing in the 21st Century: A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes (McGill-Queens University Press, 2013), is a widely used text on modern policing. Sex Industry Slavery: Protecting Canada’s Youth (University of Toronto Press, 2020), provides a gut-wrenching account of sex trafficking in Canada and many tangible strategies and solutions. Bob's co-edited collection, Our Shared Future: Windows into Canada’s Reconciliation Journey (Lexington, Rowman and Littlefield, 2020) explores reconciliation in Canada. Bob’s first novel, The River of Tears (DIO Press Inc., 2021) is literary fiction exploring a missing person case, giving deep insights into sex trafficking and Indigenous-police relations in Canada. The sequel, Dream Catcher: The Call Home (DIO Press, 2023) delves inot the expereince of being trafficked, and vicarious trauma the police experience doing this difficult work. Learn more about Bob and his publications and speaking events at his webpage at bchrismas.com.