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My thesis is concerned with how law enforcement officers make sense of and use the new visibility created by body worn video (BWV) and in-vehicle video (IVV) in the context of their work. The data comes from a case study of a small policing organization in the Canadian prairies. Data was...
Interactions between police and individuals suffering from mental illness are very frequent. Police forces are regularly first responders to those with mental illness. Unfortunately, on occasion interactions are violent and sometimes fatal. Despite this, training police how to best interact with...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2013: Black markets in wartime expose serious economic and social tensions; the choices faced in wartime are instructive for understanding contemporary issues in economic regulation. In France, wartime shortages and state controls accentuated stresses that reveal critical...
The Impact of Police Duty Ensemble on the Cardiopulmonary Response to Exercise and Simulated Work PerformanceDownload
This study, conducted in two-parts, examined the impact of general duty police ensemble on the cardiopulmonary response to graded exercise and on simulated work performance in 25 healthy male and female subjects. Part I consisted of randomly ordered treadmill tests in two experimental conditions:...
The Police on Camera: A Case Study of Police Perceptions of and Responses to Cameras and Photographers in Edmonton AlbertaDownload
This project contributes to our understanding of police visibility through a case study of Albertan police officers’ perceptions of, and responses to, the growing network of cameras targeting law enforcement agents. Contrary to what many readers might expect, my research participants did not...