I sat down with Lorna Ferguson who is a Ph.D. Student in the Sociology department at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, is the Founder of the Missing Persons Research Hub, and is the Book Review Editor for Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. Lorna has a broad interest in policing research and developing evidence-based approaches to policing and crime prevention, including issues related to firearms and social media use. Currently, her research focuses on police responses to missing person cases. We had an interesting chat about her research and how academics and podcasters can collaborate better.
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