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Yasmine Ezzeddine

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SIPR Academic Member
Evidence and Investigation Network, Public Protection Network, Police-Community Relations Network, Postgraduate Network
Sheffield Hallam University

Lecturer and Experienced Researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry and on multi-national projects. Skilled in areas of Criminal Intelligence, Forensic Sciences, Research Management, Security and Policing, Societal Aspects and Applied Psychology coupled to advanced multi-lingual abilities. Lecturer in Policing at the Institute of Policing at Staffordshire University, Associate Lecturer for the Department of Computing and PhD student at Sheffield Hallam University, preceded with a Master of Science (MSc) in Crime Science, Investigation and Intelligence from University of Portsmouth (2017).


Current Research: Artificial Intelligence use by Police Forces Surveillance of ethnically-diverse communities Resistance and counter-strategies to online and offline Surveillance Privacy vs. Security: Privacy walks under surveillance Previous Research: Accountability principles for Artificial Intelligence Efficiency of PEACE interviewing Model with suspects of terrorism Criminal Investigations: Digitalization and Role of Intelligence Forensic Examinations between the Middle East and the United States

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