Diane Crocker is a Professor in the Department of Criminology at Saint Mary’s University. Her work explores the use of law to address social problems, particularly those that disproportionately affect women. She is currently a member of the Canadian Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative and regularly advises government and community agencies on projects related the gender-based violence. Dr. Crocker is leading the evaluation of Nova Scotia’s Standing Together initiative which will be developing a provincial domestic violence action plan for the province. Her recently published book Violence Interrupted (edited with Joanne Minaker and Amanda Nelund) explores approaches to addressing campus sexual violence.