William O’Grady

William O'Grady
Education (doctoral degree): 
PhD, Sociology, University of Toronto (1992)

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William (Bill) O’Grady, a mixed methods researcher,  received a B.A. and M.A. in Sociology from Carleton University and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto. He was also a pre-doctoral fellow at Memorial University’s Institute for Social and Economic Research.  Using recidivism data obtained from the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services he is working with a team of researchers evaluating the John Howard Society of Toronto’s Reintegration Centre in South Etobicoke. He is also working with Steve Gaetz and Sean Kidd on the Second National Youth Homelessness Survey which is currently being administered in communities all across Canada

O’Grady, William (2018). Crime in Canadian Context: debates and controversies. Toronto: Oxford University Press (4th Edition). 273 pages 

Kidd, Sean, J. Thistle, T. Beaulieu, B. O’Grady and S. Gaetz (2018) . “A National Study of Indigenous Youth Homeless in Canada”. Public Health. (in press).

Kidd, Sean, Gaetz, Stephen and Bill O’Grady (2018). “The 2015 National Canadian Homeless Youth Survey: Mental Health and Addictions Findings.” The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 62 (7) Pp. 493-500.

Kauppi, Carol, O’Grady, Bill, Sheff, Rebecca and Fay Martin (2017). Homelessness and Hidden Homelessness in Rural and Northern Ontario. The Rural Ontario Institute. 160 pages.

Lafleur, Ryan and Bill O’Grady (2016) . “Making it on the Outside: Towards an Integrated Control Theory for Understanding the Reintegration Process.” Howard Journal of Crime and Justice. 55 (1-2). P.p. 41-56.