American Academy of Clinical Psychology, Fellow
American Board of Professional Psychology
American Corrections Association
American Psychological Association
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Board of Directors, Appointed Member (2013-2014)
Board of Directors, Elected Southern Regional Representative (2011-2013)
Board of Directors, Ex-Officio Observer (2007-2010)
Board of Directors, Elected Canadian Representative (2005-2007)
Chair, Research Committee (2005-2007)
Research Committee Member (2005-present)
Conference Committee (2008-2011)
Conference Planning Committee (2011)
Circles of Support & Accountability Advisory Group – Mennonite Central Committee of Ontario
Evaluation Advisory Committee—CoSA Canada
Florida Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Elected President (2010-2013)
International Association for Forensic and Correctional Psychology
International Community Corrections Association
Editorial Board – The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
Editorial Board – Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment
Editorial Board – Journal of Sexual Aggression
Reviewer – Journal of Sexual Medicine
Reviewer – Archives of Sexual Behavior
Reviewer – International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
Reviewer – Research in Developmental Disabilities
Editor, The ATSA Forum (2007 – 2014)
Editor, sajrt.blogspot.com (2010 – 2014)
McCartan, K., Wilson, R.J., Kemshall, H., Moulden, H., Harris, A.J., Vogelvang, B., Byrne, J., & Smallbone, S. (2014). Community engagement and partnership working with sex offenders: Informing debate and sharing good practice. The Leverhulme Trust, £52,454.00.
Wilson, R.J. & McWhinnie, A.J., in association with Counseling and Psychotherapy Centers of America (2012). Training and technical assistance grant for Circles of Support & Accountability. US Department of Justice, SMART Office, $500,000.00.
Wilson, R.J. (2007). Development of distance learning curricula for Humber College’s Ontario Graduate Certificate Program in Forensic Practice. Law Foundation of Ontario, $40,000 (the entire grant eligibility was $120,000 over three years; the first instalment was received in 2006 before my tenure, instalment three was solicited in 2008, after my departure from Humber College).
Wilson, R.J., et al. (2002). Establishing a framework for community supervision of special needs offenders. Regional Research Committee, Correctional Service of Canada, $5000.00.
Wilson, R.J., Picheca, J.E., & Serin, R.C. (2001). Circles of Support & Accountability: Evaluating the efficacy of professionally-supported volunteerism in the long-term reintegration of high-risk sexual offenders. Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada, $8000.00.
Wilson, R.J., Cripps, J.E., & Long, C.A. (1999). The identification of integrated treatment needs for offenders with family and sexual violence concerns. Council on Sex Offender Treatment, Correctional Service of Canada, $3000.00.
Wilson, R.J., Stewart, L., & Stirpe, T. (1996). An investigation of recidivism rates among sex offenders referred to community-based programming in the Greater Toronto Area. Regional Research Committee, Correctional Service of Canada, $4000.00.
Fedoroff, J.P., Collins, P.I., & Watson, R.J. (1991). Buspirone hydrochloride in the treatment of transvestic fetishism: A double blind study. Clarke Institute of Psychiatry Research Fund, $3500.00.
Freund, K., Watson, R., & Glancy, G. (1991). An objective diagnostic test of sexual dangerousness. Clarke Institute of Psychiatry Research Fund, $3500.00.