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Mabrey, Daniel (full)
Daniel
J.
Mabrey
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Henry C. Lee College
Criminal Justice
203-936-7150
STHC101A
Saint Paul's Convent
Currently on leave as a Research Fellow at the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) in Saudi Arabia.
Academic Credentials

    Education

    Ph.D., Sam Houston State University, 2006
    B.A., Sam Houston State University, 2002
    B.B.A., Sam Houston State University, 2001

    Recently Published Books and Articles

    “Terrorist De-Radicalization as Peacemaking."  With Joshua B. Hill.  Published in  Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences. 

    "Terrorist Event Classification in the Philippines: Location, Location, Location."  With Joshua B. Hill and John M. Miller.  Published in the Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, 4, 4. 

    Homeland Security: An Introduction.  With Richard Ward and Kathleen Kiernan.  Published by Lexis-Nexis in 2006.
     
    "Developing Collaboration for Security Along the Texas/Mexico Border: An Experiment in Intelligence-Led Policing." With Bridget Hepner and Richard Ward in the Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies in 2006.

    "Homeland Security Funding, Strategies, and Needs." Published in the Texas Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Program (TELEMASP) in 2005 by the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.

    "Counterterrorism Efforts in the People's Republic of China." Published in Crime and Justice International in 2005.

    "Organized Crime in China." With Richard Ward.  Published in the Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice, edited by Phil Reichel and published by Sage Publications in 2005.

    Other

    Dr. Mabrey's personal interests include Comparative Criminal Justice in the Developing World, Social Media and its Applications, Homeland Security, Evidence Based Criminal Justice Policy, and Analytics and Visualization. You can read more about his work at www.isvg.org.