Recent Publications (Past 5 Years)
for more see Full CV
(forthcoming) Evidence Based Policing: An Introduction to Key Ideas. Policy Press (with R. Mitchell).
(2018) Becoming Strong: Impoverished Women and the Struggle to Overcome Violence. University of Toronto Press (with R. Broll).
(2016) Adding Insult to Injury: (Mis)Treating Homeless Women in Our Mental Health System. Lynn Reinner (with R. Ricciardelli).
(2012) Invisible Victims: Homelessness and the Growing Security Gap University of Toronto Press.
(2011) Luis Fernandez, Laura Huey (eds.) Rethinking Policing and Justice: Exploring Alternatives to Law Enforcement Routledge.
Accepted. “Pioneers in Policing: Richard V. Ericson.” Police Practice & Research.
In press. “‘There’s More Than One Right Path to the Destination”: Does Degree Type Make a Difference in Police Recruiting?’ Journal of Criminal Justice Higher Education (with H. Kalyal and H. Peladeau).
In press. “‘@me if you need shout out’: Exploring Women’s Roles in Islamic State Twitter Networks”. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism (with R. Inch and H. Peladeau).
In press. “‘Every Time I Try to Get Out, I Get Pushed Back’: The Role of Violent Victimization in Women’s Experiences of Multiple Homelessness.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence (with R. Broll).
(2017) “To What Extent Do Canadian Police Professionals Believe that their Agencies are ‘Targeting, Testing, and Tracking’ New Policing Strategies and Programs?” Police Practice and Research, 18(6): 544-555 (with B. Blaskovits, C. Bennell, H. Kalyal and T. Walker).
(2017) “‘We Deal with Human Beings’: The Emotional Labour Aspects of Criminal Investigations” for International Journal of Police Science and Management, 19(3): 140-147 (with H. Kalyal)
(2017) "Policing ‘Domestic Disturbances’ in Small Towns and Rural Communities: Implications for Officer and Victim Safety.” Canadian Review of Sociology, 54(2): 198-215. (with R. Ricciardelli)
(2017) "Policing Terrorism: Canadian Perspectives and Practices." The Journal of Police Studies (with R. Ricciardelli and C. Griffiths)
(2017) "Digilantism: An Analysis of Crowdsourcing and the Boston Marathon Bombings." The British Journal of Criminology (with J. Nhan and R. Broll).
(2017) "Replication and Reproduction in Canadian Policing Research: A Note." Canadian Journal of Criminology & Criminal Justice, 59(1): 123-138.(with C. Bennell).
(2016) "Austerity Policing's Imperative: Understanding the Drivers of Policing Activity in Canada." International Journal of Police Science & Management, 18(2): 133-139. (with K. Cyr and R. Ricciardelli).
(2016) "Unearthing Hidden Keys: Why Pracademics are a Valuable (if Underutilized) Resource in Policing Research." Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 10(3): 300-307. (with R. Mitchell).
(2016) "‘There Is No Strength in Emotions’: The Role of Street Enculturation in Influencing How Victimized Homeless Women Speak about Violence.” The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 31(10): 1817-1841.
(2016) "Quantifying Salient Concepts Discussed in Social Media Content: A Case Study Using Twitter Content Written by Radicalized Youth." Journal of Terrorism Research, 7(2): 79-89 (with S. Ghajar-Kosravi, P. Kwantes and N. Derbentseva).
(2016) "From Seeds to Orchards: Using Evidence-Based Policing to Address Canada’s Policing Research Needs.’” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 58(1): 119-131 (with Rose Ricciardelli).
(2016) "#IS_Fangirl: Exploring a New Role for Women in Terrorism.” Journal of Terrorism Research, 7(1): 1-10 (Eric Witmer).
(2015) “‘This Isn’t What I Signed Up For’: When Officer Role Expectations Conflict with the Realities of General Duty Work in Rural Communities” (with Rose Ricciardelli). International Journal of Police Science & Management, 17(3): 194-203.
(2015) "“This is Not Your Mother’s Terrorism: Social Media, Online Radicalization and the Practice of Political Jamming.” Journal of Terrorism Research, 6(2): 1-16.
(2015) "'Just Being Mean to Somebody Isn't a Police Matter': Police Perspectives on Policing Cyber-bullying" (with R. Broll) Journal of School Violence
(2014) "'They Just Asked Me Why I Became Homeless': 'Failure to Ask' as a Barrier to Homeless Women's Ability to Access Services Post-Victimization" (with R. Broll) Violence and Victims, 29(6).
(2014) "'I Don’t Find it Sexy at All': Criminal Investigators' Views of Media Glamorization of Police 'Dirty Work'" (with Ryan Broll) Policing & Society
(2014) "'I Had a Lot of Anger and That's What Kind of Led Me to Cutting Myself': Employing a Social Stress Framework to Explain Why Some Homeless Women Self-Injure" (with Danielle Hryniewicz and Georgios Fthenos) Health Sociology Review, 23(2).
(2013) "'If Something Happened, I Will Leave It, Let It Go and Move On': Resiliency and Victimized Homeless Women's Attitudes Toward Mental Health Counseling". The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(2).
(2013) "'Uppity Civilians' and 'Cyber Vigilantes': The Role of the General Public in Policing Cyber Crime" (with J. Nhan and R. Broll) Criminology and Criminal Justice, 13(1).
Chapters in book
(2015) "The Gray Cygnet Problem in Terrorism Research” (with J. Varanese and R. Broll) in M. Bouchard (ed.) Radical and Connected: Social Networks, Terrorism, and Counter-Terrorism. London: Routledge.
(2014) "Understanding Critical Criminology" in N. Boyd (ed.) Understanding Crime in Canada: An Introduction to Criminology Edmonton, AB.: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
Working papers/technical reports
(2016) "What One Might Expect: A Scoping Review of the Canadian Policing Research Literature." http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/sociologypub/36/
(2016) "Cheering on the Jihad: Exploring Women's Participation in Pro-Jihadist Online Radical Milieus." http://tsas.ca/tsas_library_entry/tsas-wp16-07-cheering-on-the-jihad-an-exploration-of-womens-participation-in-online-pro-jihadist-networks/
(2015) "The Importance of Reproduction in Evidence Based Policing: A Comment." http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/sociologypub/35/
(2015) "No Sandwiches Here: Representations of Women in Dabiq and Inspire Magazines.” TSAS working papers series. http://library.tsas.ca/tsas-working-papers
(2015) "‘Questions about Dawlah. DM me, plz.’ The Sock Puppet Problem in Online Terrorism Research” (with H. Kalyal) http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/sociologypub/33/
(2014) "The Expert Panel on the Future of Canadian Policing Models (Beare, Dupont, Duxbury, Huey, et al.). Policing Canada in the 21st Century: New Policing for New Challenges. Ottawa, Ont. Council of Canadian Academies.