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Steven Storey

PhD

HLS_Steven -Storey _Northumbra -University -Student _Social -Sciences _255I have a professional background in Military and Criminal Intelligence and have plied my trade in the public and private sectors. I recently cemented my footing into the Business Intelligence world having just passed the BCS Requirements Engineering Exam.

In other news, I write crime fiction under the pen name Stevin Tasker and masquerade as an Amazon top 500 reviewer (currently residing at number 214). I’m employed as a researcher with the Northumbria Community Rehabilitation Company.

Research Themes & Scholarly Interests

All things intelligence, be they criminal, military or business related. My employment gives me the chance to look into all things Probation related and I’ve contributed to small projects in conjunction with the Centre for Offenders and Offending.

Key Publications

Storey, S (2014). Intelligence Led Probation: Probation Quarterly

Supervisors

  • Charlotte Bilby
  • Mike Rowe

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