Tamara Herath Central Justice Manager for a Policing organisation, Central London
Tamara Herath is a Criminal Justice Manager for a Policing organization in Central London, UK. She has had a long career in criminal justice with many years of working in the Crown Prosecution Service. She was awarded the prestigious Bramshill Fellowship to facilitate the research that forms the basis of the book.
Dr Herath obtained a doctorate from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London. Her current publications include articles titled, In My Honour: Contextualising Rape in Suicide Bombing (2006), and Black Widows, Army of Roses, and Armed Virgins: An Overview of Women’s Involvement in Suicide Bombings (2006).
She is in the process of writing a co-edited book with Dr Sabine Grenz from Humboldt Universität, Berlin, with a working title of Gender, Security and War.