The Journal Welcomes Rheanne Scott to the Role of Social Media Editor


The Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) is thrilled to welcome Rheanne Scott to the Editorial team as our Social Media Editor. Rheanne will work with the Journal's Editorial team to help broaden the Journal's global voice and grow community engagement in a meaningful way through delivering important research, critical findings, education, and the latest sector-specific news. 

Rheanne has been a leader in the policing, justice, and security sector for the past 15 years, delivering a wide range of progressive and innovative projects in Canada, the UK, and Ireland. She has been a civil servant for the Ontario and UK Governments, and for nearly a decade, Rheanne has worked with dozens of policing and justice organizations with KPMG and Deloitte as a management consultant.

Rheanne has now ventured out on her own, starting Revival Advisory Services, and was recently recognized as an Emerging Leader in Security and Defence by WiDS Canada. She holds a Masters Degree in Criminology (University of Leicester), and an Honours BA in Criminology and Sociology (University of Toronto). She is a trained practitioner in restorative approaches.

Rheanne is passionate about travel, and has run a popular Instagram account and website over the past five years. You can follow along at on Instagram!

Welcome to the Journal's team, Rheanne!