Brendan McQuade is Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of Southern Maine.
Through comprehensive research, McQuade offers a substantial contribution to studies in policing, surveillance, historical sociology, and social justice. . . . As the book makes clear, mass supervision, an outgrowth and extension of mass incarceration, helps maintain the stark-and starkly racialized-inequalities that characterize the United States. Understanding intelligence fusion and mass supervision is necessary to challenge such conditions, an effort Pacifying the Homeland contributes to greatly. * Journal of Criminal Justice Education *