Dr Keith Spiller is Lecturer in Criminology at University of Southampton and his research focuses on the social consequences of surveillance and monitoring. He has a particular interest in the tacit knowledges employed by organisations and individuals when performing security roles. Recent work has reviewed the impacts of UK Counter Terrorism and Security Act (2019), the Prevent Duty and UK Universities. He is currently interested in self-mobilized ‘citzen’ groups who perform localised security functions. Keith has published work on the Prevent Duty, eBorders, money laundering, CCTV, lifelogging, watch groups, social media and the impacts of security regimes. He is also Associate Editor of the journal Surveillance and Society.