While Timbury’s undergraduate research and course work initially spurred her interest in terrorism, security and the effects on society, her time at the Perth County Crown Attorney’s office furthered this interest. This provided practical experience in understanding the significance in how security and law enforcement effect society. By attending the lectures and events held by The Surveillance Studies Centre, Queen’s University she has been able to engage with the expertise and experiences shared by professors, scholars and policy-makers. As a result of this influence, she have written several papers for courses that have focused on the effects of security and surveillance on society, specifically on Muslim Canadians, and how this potentially effects terrorism both directly and indirectly. It is her goal to continue in this line of inquiry in the future, and extend these research interests into other areas related to terrorism and security.