Carrie Sanders
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Police innovations,‘secret squirrels’ and accountability: Empirically studying intelligence-led policing in Canada
CB Sanders, C Weston, N Schott
British journal of criminology 55 (4), 711-729, 2015
Finding common ground in team-based qualitative research using the convergent interviewing method
SM Driedger, C Gallois, CB Sanders, N Santesso, ...
Qualitative Health Research 16 (8), 1145-1157, 2006
Policing, crime and ‘big data’; towards a critique of the moral economy of stochastic governance
CB Sanders, J Sheptycki
Crime, law and social change 68, 1-15, 2017
Social reliability in qualitative team research
CB Sanders, CJ Cuneo
Sociology 44 (2), 325-343, 2010
Police ‘empires’ and information technologies: uncovering material and organisational barriers to information sharing in Canadian police services
CB Sanders, S Henderson
Policing and society 23 (2), 243-260, 2013
Policing “the risky”: Technology and surveillance in everyday patrol work
CB Sanders, S Hannem
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 49 (4), 389-410, 2012
Crime analysis and cognitive effects: the practice of policing through flows of data
C Sanders, C Condon
The Policing of Flows, 73-91, 2020
Police mothers at home: Police work and danger-protection parenting practices
T Agocs, D Langan, CB Sanders
Gender & Society 29 (2), 265-289, 2015
Imagining value, imagining users: academic technology transfer for health innovation
FA Miller, CB Sanders, P Lehoux
Social Science & Medicine 68 (8), 1481-1488, 2009
Policing women’s bodies: Pregnancy, embodiment, and gender relations in Canadian police work
D Langan, CB Sanders, J Gouweloos
Feminist Criminology 14 (4), 466-487, 2019
Canadian police mothers and the boys’ club: Pregnancy, maternity leave, and returning to work
D Langan, CB Sanders, T Agocs
Women & Criminal Justice 27 (4), 235-249, 2017
Reframing norms: boundary maintenance and partial accommodations in the work of academic technology transfer
CB Sanders, FA Miller
Science and Public Policy 37 (9), 689-701, 2010
New public management and the extension of police control: community safety and security networks in Canada
CB Sanders, D Langan
Policing and society, 2018
A little help from our friends: Informal third parties and interpersonal conflict
J Eaton, CB Sanders
Personal Relationships 19 (4), 623-643, 2012
The RIDE study: Effects of body‐worn cameras on public perceptions of police interactions
A Saulnier, R Lahay, WP McCarty, C Sanders
Criminology & Public Policy 19 (3), 833-854, 2020
Need to know vs. need to share: information technology and the intersecting work of police, fire and paramedics
CB Sanders
Information, Communication & Society 17 (4), 463-475, 2014
The changing role of the law enforcement analyst: Clarifying core competencies for analysts and supervisors through empirical research
C Weston, L Bennett-Moses, C Sanders
Policing and Society, 2019
Knowledge mobilization as a tool of institutional governance: Exploring academics’ perceptions of “going public”
K Cain, K Shore, C Weston, CB Sanders
Canadian Journal of Higher Education 48 (2), 39-54, 2018
Reconceptualizing users through enriching ethnography
LJK Van den Scott, CB Sanders, AJ Puddephatt
The handbook of science and technology studies 4, 2017
Gender, police culture, and structured ambivalence: Navigating ‘fit'with the Brotherhood, Boys’ Club, and Sisterhood
CB Sanders, J Gouweloos, D Langan
Feminist Criminology 17 (5), 641-660, 2022
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