Publications

(2020). Race, Cannabis and the Canadian War on Drugs: An Examination of Cannabis Arrest Data by Race in Five Cities. International Journal of Drug Policy.

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(2020). Freedom of Information Research and Cultural Studies: A Subterranean Affinity. Cultural Studies<->Critical Methodologies.

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(2020). Police Foundation Governance and Accountability: Corporate Interlocks and Private, Nonprofit Influence on Public Police. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 20(2).

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(2019). Repertoires of Empirical Social Science and Freedom of Information Requests: Four Techniques for Analyzing Disclosures. Freedom of Information and Social Science Research Design.

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(2019). Freedom of Information and Social Science Research Design (Routledge, 2019). Routledge Advances in Research Methods.

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(2019). Using Freedom of Information Requests in Socio-Legal Studies, Criminal Justice Studies, and Criminology. Methods of Criminology and Criminal Justice Research (Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, Vol. 24).

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(2019). Secrecy Research Amidst the Ruins of an Atomic Weapons Research Facility. Secrecy and Methods in Security Research: A Guide to Qualitative Fieldwork.

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(2019). Unequal Justice: Race and Cannabis Arrests in the Post‐Legal Landscape. High Time: The Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis in Canada (pp. 113-141).

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(2019). Freedom of Information Requests and Disclosures as Social Science Data. Sage Research Methods Foundations: An Encyclopedia.

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(2018). Going to the Dogs? Police, Donations, and K9s. Policing: An International Journal, 41(6).

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(2018). Police-Sponsorship Networks: Benign Ties or Relations of Private Influence?. Policing & Society, 28(5).

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(2017). The Police Foundation’s Rise: Implications of Public Policing’s Dark Money. British Journal of Criminology, 58(4).

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(2017). Theorizing Freedom of Information: The Live Archive, Obfuscation, and Actor-Network Theory. Government of Information Quarterly, 34(3).

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(2017). Online Readers’ Comments as Popular Texts: Public Opinions of Paid Duty Policing in Canada. Canadian Journal of Communication, 42(5).

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(2017). Ethics Review and Freedom of Information Requests in Qualitative Research. Research Ethics, 14(4).

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(2016). Hannah Arendt and the Art of Secrecy; Or, the Fog of Cobra Mist. International Political Sociology, 11(1).

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(2014). High Policing and Access to Information. Police Practice & Research, 16(6).

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(2014). Occupy Ottawa, Conservation Officers, and Policing Networks in Canada’s Capital City. Canadian Journal of Criminology & Criminal Justice, 56(3).

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