Laura Huey
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‘Uppity civilians’ and ‘cyber-vigilantes’: The role of the general public in policing cyber-crime
L Huey, J Nhan, R Broll
Criminology & Criminal Justice 13 (1), 81-97, 2013
Digilantism: An analysis of crowdsourcing and the Boston marathon bombings
J Nhan, L Huey, R Broll
The British journal of criminology 57 (2), 341-361, 2017
‘I’ve seen this on CSI’: Criminal investigators' perceptions about the management of public expectations in the field
L Huey
Crime, media, culture 6 (1), 49-68, 2010
This is Not Your Mother's Terrorism: Social Media, Online Radicalization and the Practice of Political Jamming.
L Huey
Journal of Terrorism Research 6 (2), 2015
Negotiating demands
L Huey
Negotiating Demands, 2016
‘You've gotta learn how to play the game’: Homeless women's use of gender performance as a tool for preventing victimization
L Huey, E Berndt
The Sociological Review 56 (2), 177-194, 2008
Cop watching in the downtown eastside: Exploring the use of (counter) surveillance as a tool of resistance
L Huey, K Walby, A Doyle
Surveillance and Security, 161-178, 2006
“Just being mean to somebody isn’ta police matter”: Police perspectives on policing cyberbullying
R Broll, L Huey
Journal of school violence 14 (2), 155-176, 2015
Is resistance futile? Thoughts on resisting surveillance
LA Fernandez, L Huey
Surveillance & Society 6 (3), 199-202, 2009
3. Policing Fantasy City
LJ Huey, RV Ericson, KD Haggerty
Re-imagining policing in Canada, 140-208, 2016
Invisible Victims
L Huey
Invisible Victims, 2017
‘This isn’t what I signed up for’ When police officer role expectations conflict with the realities of general duty police work in remote communities
L Huey, R Ricciardelli
International Journal of Police Science & Management 17 (3), 194-203, 2015
Unearthing hidden keys: Why pracademics are an invaluable (if underutilized) resource in policing research
L Huey, RJ Mitchell
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 10 (3), 300-307, 2016
# IS_Fangirl: Exploring a new role for women in terrorism
L Huey, E Witmer
Contemporary Voices: St Andrews Journal of International Relations 7 (1), 2016
False security or greater social inclusion? Exploring perceptions of CCTV use in public and private spaces accessed by the homeless
L Huey
The British journal of sociology 61 (1), 63-82, 2010
From seeds to orchards: Using evidence-based policing to address Canada’s policing research needs
L Huey, R Ricciardelli
Canadian journal of criminology and criminal justice 58 (1), 119-131, 2016
Policing through nodes, clusters and bandwidth
J Nhan, L Huey
Technocrime, 89-110, 2013
Policing the abstract: Some observations on policing cyberspace
LJ Huey
Canadian journal of criminology 44 (3), 243-254, 2002
Watching the web: Thoughts on expanding police surveillance opportunities under the cyber-crime convention
L Huey, R Rosenberg
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 46 (5), 597-606, 2004
I don't find it sexy at all’: criminal investigators' views of media glamorization of police ‘dirty work
L Huey, R Broll
Policing and society 25 (2), 236-247, 2015
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