Dr. Peter James Pincemin Johnstone
University of North Texas
Criminal Justice
(940) 369-8868
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Education

BA, London Guildhall University.
Major: Legal Studies
MA, Universite Lyon 2.
Major: History
PhD, London Guildhall University.
Major: Law
PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2017.
Major: History
Degree Specialization: Benefit of Clergy
Dissertation Title: The Secularization of Ecclesiastical Privileges in Medieval England
LLM, University of Sussex, 1996.
Major: International Criminal Law

Professional Positions

Academic - Post-Secondary
Visiting Professor, University of West London. (March 01, 2017 – Present).

Licensures and Certifications

Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, Institute of Education, University of London. (July 1997 – Present).

Professional Memberships

Member, The Fraud Advisory Panel of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales. (Present).

Advisory Board Member, The Research Centre for Law and Criminal Justice. (Present).

Member, UK Financial Services & Markets Bill Working Group,The Regulators Forum. (Present).

Member, American Society for Legal History. (March 2018 – Present).

Member, The Medieval Academy of America. (December 03, 2017 – Present).

Fellow, Society for Advanced Legal Studies. (June 1, 2001 – Present).

The Honorable Society of Middle Temple. (July 1, 1993 – Present).

Awards and Honors

Advanced Leadership Program Fellow, Council for Institutional Collaboration (CIC). (20072007).

Fellow of the Society, Institute for Advanced Legal Studies University of London. (20032003).

Associate Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Legal Studies University of London. (20022002).

Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Texas
CJUS 2100, Crime and Justice in the United States, 9 courses.
CJUS 3201, Criminal Law, 4 courses.
CJUS 3300, Police Systems, 6 courses.
CJUS 3310, Organized and Consensual Crime, 1 course.
CJUS 3630, Drugs, Crime and Society, 23 courses.
CJUS 4350, Seminar on Violence, 4 courses.
CJUS 4500, Administration of Criminal Justice Agencies, 2 courses.
CJUS 4860, Studies in Criminal Justice, 7 courses.
CJUS 4870, Topics in Criminal Justice, 12 courses.
CJUS 4900, Special Problems, 3 courses.
CJUS 5050, Criminals and Substance Abuse, 1 course.
CJUS 5350, Seminar in Contemporary Policing, 1 course.
CJUS 5370, Law and Policy in Campus Public Safety, 1 course.
CJUS 5550, World Criminal Justice Systems, 5 courses.
CJUS 5800, Topics in Criminal Justice, 15 courses.
CJUS 5850, Directed Studies, 9 courses.
CJUS 5900, Special Problems, 5 courses.
CJUS 5950, Master's Thesis, 16 courses.
HIST 5110, Studies in United States History, 1 course.
SOCI 3630, Drugs, Crime and Society, 6 courses.

Teaching at Other Institutions

Université Catholique de L'Quest, Nantes, France, US Criminal Law, Spring 2019.

Paris Descartes University, Thesis Defence, Spring 2018.

Paris Descartes University, Thesis Defence, Spring 2018.

Paris Descartes University, Thesis Defence, Spring 2018.

Non-Credit Instruction

Guest Lecture, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 40. (May 17, 2018May 17, 2018).

Guest Lecture, Rennes II University, 30. (April 5, 2018April 5, 2018).

Guest Lecture, Paris Descartes University, 40. (March 15, 2018March 15, 2018).

Guest Lecture, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 30. (January 21, 2018January 21, 2018).

Guest Lecture, 70. (October 20, 2017October 20, 2017).

Guest Lecture. (October 09, 2016October 09, 2016).

Guest Lecture, 70. (September 20, 2016September 20, 2016).

Guest Lecture, 60. (October 26, 2015October 26, 2015).

Guest Lecture, 70. (October 12, 2015October 12, 2015).

Directed Student Learning

Dissertation Committee Member,"The Crutch of Ritual: Social Control in the Modern American Capital Punishment System," Criminal Justice. (January 2019June 2019).

Dissertation Defense Committee Member,"The institutional organization of two criminal justice systems: The judgment and the sentencing in France and Texas," Other - Outside UNT. (October 01, 2018June 25, 2019).

Other,"The Fight Against Transnational Bribery The Frnech Model versus The American Model," Other - Outside UNT. (January 2017June 2018).

Other,"The Controversy Arising From The Doctrine Of Criminal Joint Enterprise In The United Kingdom," Other - Outside UNT. (January 2017June 2018).

Other,"Raped by Courts: The Rape Shiled Law in Louisiana," Other - Outside UNT. (January 2017June 2018).

Dissertation Committee Member, Political Science. (September 01, 2017June 10, 2018).

Dissertation Committee Member,"USING TOPIC MODELS TO STUDY JOURNALIST-AUDIENCE CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE: THE CASE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING COVERAGE ON BRITISH ONLINE NEWSPAPERS," Sociology. (March 2013May 2016).

Awards and Honors

President's Council Teaching Award 2017, UNT. (October 2017 – Present).

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book
Johnstone, P. (2018). Drugs and Drug Trafficking.
Johnstone, P. (2017). Getting Away with Murder: Criminal Clerics in Late medieval England. 344.
Johnstone, P. (2016). Drugs and Drug Traffikcing. (3rd), 365. Dubuque: Kendall Hunt.
Johnstone, P. (2015). Benefit of Clergy in Colonial Virginia and Massachusetts.
Johnstone, P. Ethics in Criminal Justice.
Johnstone, P. (2014).
Johnstone, P. (2014).
Johnstone, P. (2014).
Johnstone, P. (2014).
Johnstone, P. (2013). Crime and Policing Crime.
Johnstone, P. (2013). Lets Talk Criminal Justice.
Johnstone, P. (2012). Drugs and Drug Trafficking.
Johnstone, P. (2011). History of Criminal Justice (5th) Edition.
Johnstone, P. (2001). The Financial Services and Markets Act 1998.
Johnstone, P. (2001). The Financial Services and Markets Act: Investigations and Enforcement.
Book Chapter
Johnstone, P. (2017). The Juvenile Justice System of France. The Encyclopedia of Juvenile Delinquency and Justice.
Johnstone, P.
Johnstone, P. (2014).
Johnstone, P. (2007). Interview with John Abbot, recently retired Director General of the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS) in Comparative Problems of Policing, Das,D. and Marenin, P. (eds).
Johnstone, P. (2007). Interview with Vytautas Grigaravicius, Commissar-General, Lithuania National Police in Comparative Problems of Policing, Das,D. and Marenin, P. (eds).
Johnstone, P. (2007). Noble Cause Police Corruption: Suggestions for Training' in Police Education and Training in a Global Society, Das, D. & Kratcoski, P. (eds).
Johnstone, P. (2003). Noble Cause Police Corruption: A Specific Ethical Concern for Police Officers.
Conference Proceeding
Johnstone, P. (1999). Conduct Rules of the "Vulnerable Professions" to Combat Organized Crime..
Johnstone, P. (1998). Global Cybercrime-New Toys for the Money Launderers Global Cybercrime 98' Implications for Corporate, Computer and National Security Conference in Association with the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
Johnstone, P. (1997). Definitions of White Collar Crime.
Journal Article
Belshaw, S. H., Johnstone, P. J., Coleman, E. (2013). Towards and Understanding of Probation Department Liability and the Use of Firearms on Duty. Texas Probation.
Johnstone, P. (2004). 'Interview with John Abbot, Director General of the National Criminal Intelligence Service, UK' Special Issue Police Leaders in Their Own Words.
Johnstone, P. (2004). 'Interview with Vytautas Grigaravicus, Commissioner General of the Police, Lithuania' Special Issue Police Leaders in Their Own Words.
Johnstone, P. (2004). 'The Symbiosis of Politics and Crime in Lithuania'  .
Johnstone, P. (2004). Changing Typology of Organized Crime in a Post-Socialist Lithuania (the late 1980's-early 2000's).
Johnstone, P. (2003). Exclusion from work and Impoverishment in Post-Communist Societies: The case of "Unattached Males" in Lithuania.
Johnstone, P. (2003). Expectations of Privacy and Market Abuse-Support for the FSMA and the Canadian Approach.
Johnstone, P. (2003). High Risk Banks, Auditors and Sarbannes-Oxley.
Johnstone, P. (2003). Noble Cause Police Corruption: A Specific Ethical Concern for Police Officers.
Johnstone, P. (2001). E-Commerce Risks in the "Open and Competitive Market.
Johnstone, P. (2001). Human Rights and Re-Structuring of Financial Services Regulation in the UK.
Johnstone, P. (2000). A United Approach to Cross-Border Investigation: An Adoption of Abus de Biens Sociaux' The European Financial Services Law Journal .
Johnstone, P. (2000). The Facilitation of Money Laundering Through Western Europe and the United States by Russian Organized Crime Groups.
Johnstone, P. (1999). 'Y2K.'   The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6.  No.7..
Johnstone, P. (1999). 4-1-9's Current Perspectives.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.Aug/Sept 1999.  Vol.6.  No.8/9.
Johnstone, P. (1999). A United Approach to Cross-Border Investigations into White Collar Crime.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6.  No.5..
Johnstone, P. (1999). An Assessment of the Provisions of ss. 1-6 CJA 1993.The European Financial Services Law Journal 1999. ISSN 1350-2018.Vol.6. No.10.
Johnstone, P. (1999). Contemporary Perspectives in Money Laundering.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6.  No.7..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Derivatives Markets: Are the Current Legal Frameworks and Law Enforcement Provisions Effective?' The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6. No.8/9..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Extra-Territorial Enforcement Orders and the Extradition of Insider Dealer Offenders: Can This Ever Succeed?'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.  Vol.6.  No.10..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Financial Crime: Prevention and Regulation in the Intangible Environment.The Journal of Money Laundering Control.  Vol.2.  No. 3..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Future Trends in Financial Crime.
Johnstone, P. (1999). Global Cybercrime-New Toys for the Money Launderers.
Johnstone, P. (1999). Investigations in White Collar Offences and the "Sick Man".
Johnstone, P. (1999). New Regulatory Architecture.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.Vol.6.  No.6..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Price Sensitivity-The Proof of the Pudding Is in the Eating.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6.  No.8/9..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Russian Organized Crime- A Millennium Threat to Legitimate European Markets.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.
Johnstone, P. (1999). Serious White Collar Fraud: Historical & Contemporary Perspectives..
Johnstone, P. (1999). The Emergence of a White Collar Mafia: Fact or Fiction?'   The European Financial Services Law Journal.  Vol.6. No.10.
Johnstone, P. (1999). The Investigation and Prosecution of Financial Crimes-Common Problems.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6.  No.7..
Johnstone, P. (1999). Transnational Crime-An Analysis.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal Vol.6.  No.7.
Johnstone, P. (1999). Y2K- Business as Usual.' Fraud Intelligence.
Johnstone, P. (1998). Crimes Out of the Suites, Out of the East.'  Money Laundering Bulletin..
Johnstone, P. (1998). Euro-Criminals Exploit Regulatory Transition.'  Financial Times Fraud Report..
Johnstone, P. (1998). Financial Crimes in England & Wales and France: The Criminal and Civil Interface.' The European Financial Services Law Journal.  Vol. 5.  No.9. .
Johnstone, P. (1998). The Financial Services and Markets Bill: A Consultation Document.  A Super Regulator or a Super SFO?'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.  Vol. 5.  No. 7 & 8..
Johnstone, P. (1998). The Financial Services Divide.  Where Regulation Ends and Prosecution Begins: A Comparative Perspective.'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.  Vol.5.  Number 10 .
Johnstone, P. (1998). The Provision of Financial Services on the Internet and the Financial Services Authority: A Window of Opportunity?'  The European Financial Services Law Journal.  Vol 5.  Number 10.  .
Popular Press Article
Johnstone, P. (1997). Believing in Miracles: New Fashions in Fraud.'  Compliance Monitor..
Johnstone, P. (1997). Combating European Transit Fraud.
Johnstone, P. (1997). Cumulative Prosecutions: The Corporation and the Individual Financial Times Fraud Report. .
Johnstone, P. (1997). Wallace Duncan Smith- Conman or Victim?' Part 1.  Financial Times Fraud Report:.
Johnstone, P. (1997). Wallace Duncan Smith- Conman or Victim?' Part 2.  Financial Times Fraud Report:.
Johnstone, P. (1997). Wire Frauds and the Criminal Justice Act 1993.'  Financial Times Fraud Report..
Video and Audiovisual Material
Johnstone, P. (2000). The Bank of England Act 1989.
Johnstone, P. (2000). The De-Regulation and Contracting-Out Act 1994.
Johnstone, P. (2000). The Late Payment and Commercial Debt Act 1998.

Presentations Given

Pincemin Johnstone, P. (Other), 1st International Symposium on the History of Crime, 1st International Symposium on the History of Crime, UNT/University of West London, London, United Kingdom. (2016 – ).

Johnstone, P. J. (Presenter), Centre for Social and Criminological Research, “‘The Excusory Quartet’: Crimes, Legal Excuses and the Avoidance of Punishment in Late Medieval England’, University of Middelsex, London, UK, United Kingdom. (20182018).

Johnstone, P. J. (Presenter), University of West London School of Law & Criminology, The impact of canon 18 of the 4th Lateran Council of 1215 on English Common Law, University of West London, London, UK, United Kingdom. (20182018).

Johnstone, P. (Discussant), ALSH Annual Conference 2018, Common Law versus French Law, Birth and Echoes of a Confrontation Between Two legal Models in the Nineteenth Century, ALSH, Houston, TX, United States of America. (20182018).

Johnstone, P. (Chair), French Law v English Law Act II, French Law v English Law, Paris Descartes Law School, Paris, France. (20182018).

Johnstone, P. (Other), 2nd International Symposium on the History of Crime, Symposium on the History of Crime, University of West London, England, London, United Kingdom. (20182018).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Contract
Pincemin Johnstone, P. (Principal), "Development of International Collaboartion Between Vilnius Law School and the East Carolina University," Sponsored by ECU, Local, $16000 Funded. (March 2002).
Pincemin Johnstone, P. (Other), "The Financial Services and Markets Act Invetsigations and Enforcement," Sponsored by Sweet & Maxwell, Private, $9000 Funded. (October 1998).
Johnstone, P. (Other), "The Financial Serivices and Markets Act," Sponsored by Butterworths, International, $6000 Funded. (December 1997).
Fellowship
Pincemin Johnstone, P. (Other), "The Blackstone Award," Sponsored by Middle Temple, Private, $1500 Funded. (June 1994).
Grant - Research
Pincemin Johnstone, P. (Other), "Untitled," Sponsored by UCN (Research Cluster Funding), International, $29000 Funded. (August 2000).
Sponsored Research
Pincemin Johnstone, P. (Other), "The Invetsigation of White Collar Crime in England & Wales and France: A Comparative Study," Sponsored by ESRC, International, $72000 Funded. (February 13, 2000).
Uncategorized
Johnstone, P. (Other), Sponsored by ECU, $3400. (Present).
Johnstone, P. (Other), Sponsored by ECU, $4000. (Present).
Johnstone, P. (Other), Sponsored by ECU, $9000. (Present).
Johnstone, P. (Other), Sponsored by European Commission (Falcone), $2000. (Present).
Johnstone, P. (Other), Sponsored by European Union (Schumann), $9000. (Present).
Johnstone, P. (Other), Sponsored by US Education Department. Washington, DC, $10400. (Present).

Awards and Honors

Visiting Professor of Law and Criminology, University of West London. (March 01, 2017 – Present).

Service

University Service

Committee Member, Appeals Committee. (December 2017 – Present).

Co-Chair, Faculty Development Leave Committee. (October 2017 – Present).

Chairperson, HPS P&T Policy Review Committee. (October 2017 – Present).

Committee Member, Curriculum Review Committee. (January 2014 – Present).

Committee Member, PACS Promotion and Tenure. (January 2014 – Present).

Committee Member, Search Committee. (January 2012 – Present).

Committee Member, UNT Student Code of Conduct Review Committee. (April 2015December 2015).

Committee Chair, University Promotions and Tenure Appeals Committee. (March 2013August 2015).

Committee Member, International Committee-Study abroad. (January 2013June 2015).

Committee Member, Promotion and Tenure Policy Review Committee. (January 2014September 2014).

Committee Member, University Promotion and Tenure Appeals Committee. (March 2011March 2013).

Professional Service

Reviewer, Grant Proposal, Economic and Social Research Council, London. (May 2018 – Present).

Conference-Related, International Symposium on the History of Crime, London. (March 2016 – Present).

Reviewer, Grant Proposal, Leverhulme Trust, London. (September 2017September 2017).