What are the factors that make communities vulnerable to, or resistant against, the emergence of radicalising settings?
BA History (University of York)
MA Post-War Recovery Studies (University of York)
MRes Security Science, UCL
Cambridge University ESOL Examination Board - Linguistic Testing
Berlin City Council - Researcher, Integration of Immigrants
Sierra Leone Red Cross Society - Programme Assistant, Education Sector
Regional Human Security Centre, Amman, Jordan - Researcher, Human Security of Iraqi Refugees
I'M ORIGINALLY FROM...
WHY I APPLIED TO THE SECURITY SCIENCE DTC
The DTC seemed like the ideal environment in which to further develop my interests in the field of human security and Islamic radicalisation, combining my previous social science research techniques with a harder science element.
Islamic radicalisation, Islamist terrorism, Community resistance to radicalisation
WHAT I DO WHEN I'M NOT STUDYING
Cinema, watching theatre and musicals, ice skating, travelling and learning languages
MY CAREER ASPIRATIONS
I hope to be a security consultant or advisor in the field of my research interests, working with communities and policy makers to bridge the gap between the public and government.
WHAT KIND OF PARTNER ORGANISATION I'D LIKE TO WORK WITH AND WHAT I'D LIKE FROM THEM
An organisation/institution who work in the field of human security looking at radicalisation, incorporating working with the public and policy making at local and national government level.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
An Analysis of Forensic Evidence used in the Prosecution of Terrorism Cases in Britain between 1972 and 2008, Dagmar Patricia Heinrich; Amy Elise Thornton; Ruth Mary Morgan; Noemie Bouhana, Policing 2012; doi: 10.1093/police/pas064
5th European Security Research Conference, Oostende, Belgium (September 2010)
6th Preventing Violent Extremism Conference, London (October 2010)
National Security 2011 Conference, London (July 2011)
5th International Crime Science Conference, London (July 2011)
International Association of Forensic Sciences Conference, Madeira (September 2011)
American Criminology Society Conference, Washington DC (November 2011)
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference, New York City (March 2012)
6th International Crime Science Conference, London (July 2012)