Laura Huey, Professor
PhD, Sociology, McGill University
Laura Huey is a criminologist who focuses in policing, mental health and countering violent extremism.
Areas of Specialization
- Criminal victimization;
- Mental health;
- Qualitative research methods;
- Evidence based policy-making
- ‘Every Time I Try to Get Out, I Get Pushed Back’: The Role of Violent Victimization in Women’s Experiences of Multiple Homelessness"
2020; Journal of Interpersonal Violence; Ryan Broll | Laura Huey
- "What does robbery really cost? An exploratory study into calculating costs and ‘hidden costs’ of policing opioid-related robbery offences"
2019; International Journal of Police Science and Management; Aaron Mark | Andrew Whitford | Laura Huey
- "‘@me if you need shout out’: Exploring Women’s Roles in Islamic State Twitter Networks"
2019; Studies in Conflict & Terrorism; Laura Huey | Rachel Inch | Hillary Peladeau
- Becoming Strong: Impoverished Women and the Struggle to Overcome Violence
2018; University of Toronto Press; Laura Huey | Ryan Broll
- "‘If You’re Gonna Make a Decision, You Should Understand the Rationale’: Are Police Leadership Programs Preparing Canadian Police Leaders for Evidence-Based Policing?"
2018; Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice;