Terrorism and Internal Security

The Nexus Between Terrorism and Product Counterfeiting in the United States. Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection Backgrounder Series, 2014.

Terrorists use a wide variety of methods to fund their operations, obtain profits and carry out ideologically driven goals. This study mines open-source data to capture known product counterfeiting schemes linked to known extremists in the United States since 1990. Read More

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Featured Research

A Performance-Based Approach to Police Staffing and Allocation

Wilson, Jeremy M., & Weiss, Alexander (2012). A Performance-Based Approach to Police Staffing and Allocation. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.

Organizing for Brand Protection and Responding to Product Counterfeit Risk: An Analysis of Global Firms

Wilson, Jeremy M., Grammich, Clifford, & Chan, Fiona (2016). “Organizing for Brand Protection and Responding to Product Counterfeit Risk: An Analysis of Global Firms.” Journal of Brand Management, Vol.23(3): 345-361.

Attitudes Toward the Police in Communities Using Different Consolidation Models

Chermak, Steven, & Wilson, Jeremy M. (2018). Attitudes Toward the Police in Communities Using Different Consolidation Models, International Criminal Justice Review, online before print.