Dr. Greg Anderson

Dr. Greg Anderson, Ph.D.

Dean of the Office of Applied Research and Graduate Studies, Justice Institute of British Columbia

Professional Designation(s): Dean of the Office of Applied Research at the Justice Institute of British Columbia

CIPSRT Designation(s): CIPSRT Associate Director, Police

Primary Public Safety Categories: RCMP

Area of Interest/Study: occupational stress, fitness and physiology of physically demanding occupations, and the building of personal coping strategies for improved mental health in public safety personnel

Phone: 604-312-1643
Primary Email: ganderson@jibc.ca

Current Institution:
Justice Institute of British Columbia
715 McBride Boulevard
New Westminster, British Columbia Canada V3L5T4

Dr. Greg Anderson is Dean of the Office of Applied Research at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) where he is responsible for development and implementation of the JIBC Research Plan with three directional goals to support the people, the professions, and the training of public safety personnel. While leading innovation and research capacity development pan-institutionally within JIBC, Dr. Anderson's personal research interests include occupational stress, fitness and physiology of physically demanding occupations, and the building of personal coping strategies for improved mental health in public safety personnel. He has been actively involved in occupational physiology, working primarily with police and law enforcement agencies.