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Abass Muhammed is a doctoral student in criminology at the University of Delaware. He received a bachelor's degree in criminology and security studies from Federal University Dutse, Nigeria. He also holds a master's degree in sociology with a specialization in criminology from Bayero University Kano, Nigeria. His interest in criminology and public policy stemmed from his childhood experiences with neighborhood crime. His internship at the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department of the Nigerian Police Force exposed him to the dynamics of criminal behavior while furthering his longing for a deeper understanding of the socio-economic factors of crime. In several published studies, he explored evidence-based explanations for neighborhood crimes using mixed-method. His master's thesis findings on the issues in the use of whistleblowing in the fight against corruption are also published in peer-reviewed journals. He has worked on several Leeds Beckett University-funded research projects in Nigeria. His most recent engagement was on a project that focuses on understanding the link between conflict and climate change in farmers' displacement and livelihood transformation. He was responsible for conducting 30 in-depth interviews with displaced farmers in conflict-ridden communities in Lagos and Benue State. He has also taught courses such as Introduction to Terrorism Studies, Public Event Security, and Trans-national Crime at the Institute of Corporate Security and Intelligence Studies, Kano State, Nigeria.
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