The Bibliography Continues

For someone with two jobs, I write an awful lot.

Here is the partial bibliography, with books from the last four years, and articles from 2016. Some of the articles are written with colleagues. All the books are written with colleagues.

The newest title, The Cyber Survival Guide, will feature the work of some of the most incredible people I've ever been privileged to work with. We will be announcing them soon.

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Selby, N., et al (2017). Cyber Survival. Popular Science (Weldon-Owen).

Selby, N., Singleton, B., & Flosi, E. (2016). In Context: Understanding Police Killings of Unarmed Civilians. St. Augustine, FL: Contextual Press/Calibre Press.

Shipley, T., Bowker, A., and Selby, N. (Technical Editor) (2013) Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace. Syngress.

Gragido, W., Molina, D., Pirc, J., and Selby, N. (2012) Blackhatonomics: An Inside Look at the Economics of Cybercrime (Syngress).

Articles in 2016:

Selby, N. (2016, July 14) Forget new gun laws. Here’s what could really keep people from shooting each other. The Washington Post.

Selby, N. (2016, July 14) Deaths By Police, Continued. The Atlantic

Selby, N. (2016, July 8) Bad Guys Win if the Police Reject Protests. The New York Times

Selby, N. (2016, June 20). The ‘low-hanging fruit’ of police reform. The Washington Post.

Selby, N. (2016, June 12). The Masters Case Is About Runells. The Context Blog.

Selby, N. (2016, June 6). Former Police Chief Greg Suhr got a raw deal. The San Francisco Examiner.

Selby, N., Singleton, B., and Flosi, E. (2016, May 31). A Proactive Approach to Policing and Mental Health. Real Clear Policy.

Selby, N. (2016, May 30). Are You Certain? Most Americans Know How Police Work Is Done On Police TV Shows. The Context Blog.

Selby, N. (2016, May 21). The Chase Alan Sherman Video. The Context Blog.

Selby, N. (2016, May 18). Otis From Jacksonville Nailed It. The Context Blog.

Selby, N. (2016, April 4). With Justice Statistics, The Simple Explanation Is Often Wrong. The Context Blog.,-The-Simplest-Explanation-Is-Often-Wrong/

Levinson-Waldman, R., and Selby, N. (2016, April 1). Body cameras can't solve all our problems. USA Today.

Selby, N. (2016, March 15). Crime, the Mentally Ill, and Non Obvious Lessons. The Context Blog.,-the-Mentally-Ill,-And-Non-Obvious-Lessons/

Selby, N. (2016, March 12). Police Body Cameras: The Best Thinking So Far. The Context Blog.

Selby, N. (2016, March 5). Making Police Data Open: Use of Force & Complaints in Context. Medium.

Selby, N. (2016, March 3). How tracking police data by race can make unfair laws look like the cops’ fault. The Washington Post.

Selby, N. (2016, February 22). The Information Asymmetry of Digital Triage. Medium.

Selby, N. (2016, January 28). How Much Are Reserve Officers Worth? Medium.

Moskos, P., and Selby, N. (2016, January 15). Just counting people killed by police won’t fix problems. We need better data. The Washington Post.

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