Assistant Professor (Lecturer) – Institute of Crim
Researcher interests: Experimental Criminology, Research Methods, Policing, White Collar Crime, Law and Society, Empirical Legal Studies, Deterrence Theory, Gangs.
Contact Business Development: Tamir Huberman

Selected Publications

Barak Ariel, john denley
whom should we target to prevent analysis of organized crime in england using intelligence records (2019)| European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice| Read more
Barak Ariel, emma antrobus, ian thompson
procedural justice training for police recruits results of a randomized controlled trial (2019)| Journal of Experimental Criminology| Read more
Barak Ariel, cristobal weinborn, garry ashbridge, hagit sabo brants, lorna mcewan, mark newton
reducing assaults against staff using body worn cameras bwcs in railway stations (2019)| Criminal Justice Review| Read more
Barak Ariel, cristobal weinborn, david lawes, hagit brants sabo, kevin chen, ron henry
the less than lethal weapons effect introducing tasers to routine police operations in england and wales a randomized controlled trial (2019)| Criminal Justice and Behavior| Read more
alex sutherland, Barak Ariel, lawrence sherman
preventing treatment spillover contamination in criminological field experiments the case of body worn police cameras (2018)| Journal of Experimental Criminology| Read more
anthony braga, Barak Ariel, mustafa demir, robert apel, rod brunson
body worn cameras procedural justice and police legitimacy a controlled experimental evaluation of traffic stops (2018)| Justice Quarterly| Read more
Barak Ariel, cristobal weinborn, federico del castillo, hagit brants sabo, jordan hyatt, maria emilia firpo, renee mitchell, ricardo fraiman
measuring the effect of body worn cameras on complaints in latin america the case of traffic police in uruguay (2018)| Policing: An International Journal| Read more
alex sutherland, Barak Ariel, darren henstock, gabriela sosinski, josh young
the deterrence spectrum explaining why police body worn cameras work or backfire in aggressive police public encounters (2018)| Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice| Read more
paradoxical effects of self awareness of being observed testing the effect of police body worn cameras on assaults and aggression against officers ()| Journal of Experimental Criminology| Read more
preventing treatment spillover contamination in criminological field experiments ()| | Read more

Contact for more information:

Tamir Huberman
CIO
+972-2-6586678
Contact ME: