Jim Whiting has been a federal prosecutor with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) for 15 years. Prior to moving to Vancouver, British Columbia in 2009, he was a part-time faculty member at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he taught courses on Cyber and Computer Crime as well as Criminology.
He has presented on cyber-crime and electronic evidence issues at the Canadian Criminal Justice Association's annual Congress, Osgoode Hall's Symposium on Technology Crime and Electronic Evidence and before the British Columbia Association of Chiefs of Police.
Before joining the PPSC, Jim's graduate research focussed on early impacts of the Charter on policing practices. He worked with the Nova Scotia Police Act Review Committee and served as Chair of the Nova Scotia Community Notification Advisory Committee for High Risk Offenders.