Øster Farigmagsgade 5, 1353 København K, CSS - Bygning 33, Opgang M, Building: 33.1.34
My research focuses on the relation between cross-border crime and police developments in contemporary society. Such a research interest includes, amongst other things, studies of international police cooperation as well as the increasing use of surveillance and other information technologies.
Primary fields of research
Crime, Policing, Criminal Justice, Surveillance, Globalisation, Transnationalism.
I am part of the Research Centre 'Centre for Global Criminology' (cgc.ku.dk). At the centre, we aim to develop a novel and ethnographically oriented approach to the study of criminal developments in our contemporary world where crime increasingly travel across national borders. Specifically, through the 'Criminal Entanglements' (CRIMTANG) project, we map the criminal flows going from Africa into Europe.