- TSAS WP16-07: Cheering on the Jihad: An Exploration of Women’s Participation in Online Pro-jihadist Networks
- ‘All It Takes Is One TV Show to Ruin It’: A Police Perspective on Police-Media Relations in the Era of Expanding Prime Time Crime Markets
- We Don’t Have These Laser Beams and Stuff Like That’: Police Investigations as Low-Tech Work in a High-Tech World
- “‘I Don’t Find it Sexy at All’: Criminal Investigators’ Views of Media Glamorization of Police ‘Dirty Work.’
- TSAS WP15-04: No Sandwiches Here: Representations of Women in Dabiq and Inspire Magazines
- Invisible Victims: Homelessness and the Growing Security Gap
Dr. Laura Huey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the Univerisy of Western Ontario. Her research focuses on policing, cyber-security, surveillance and terrorism. She has authored two books on the provision of security for homeless crime victims and is co-editor (with Luis Fernandez) of a collection on alternate forms of policing. Laura recently served as a member of the Canadian Council of Academies’ expert panel on the future of policing models, is a member of SERENE-RISC and organized the Canadian Policing Research Network (CPRN).