Cybercrime

David S. Wall Cybercrime Research Unit, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, University of Leeds, UK. d.s.wall@leeds.ac.uk This paper will explore the practical and methodological issues arising from interdisciplinary empirical research into the demands made of policing agencies...
  • August 29, 2016
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L. Vitis University of Liverpool Singapore Technologically Facilitated Gendered Violence (TFGV) is readily becoming a key site of analysis for criminologists, with scholars examining how technology is used to facilitate violence against women and the challenges the criminal justice system...
  • August 19, 2016
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L. Vitis University of Liverpool Singapore Technologically Facilitated Gendered Violence (TFGV) is readily becoming a key site of analysis for criminologists, with scholars examining how technology is used to facilitate violence against women and the challenges the criminal justice system...
  • August 19, 2016
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P. Aloi Principal Federal Prosecutor and Work Group Coordinator (Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, Perth Office) – patricia.aloi@iinet.net.au. Background Australian prosecution statistics on some of the more common cybercrime offences prosecuted at the federal level demonstrate a steady increase in...
  • August 19, 2016
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P. Aloi Principal Federal Prosecutor and Work Group Coordinator (Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, Perth Office) – patricia.aloi@iinet.net.au. Background Australian prosecution statistics on some of the more common cybercrime offences prosecuted at the federal level demonstrate a steady increase in...
  • August 19, 2016
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A. McGrath1*, H. Lianos2 1 School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University 2 School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University *corresponding author: amcgrath@csu.edu.au The current study tests the ability of two well-known criminological theories to explain a specific deviant behaviour: cyberbullying. Three...
  • August 19, 2016
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A. McGrath1*, H. Lianos2 1 School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University 2 School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University *corresponding author: amcgrath@csu.edu.au The current study tests the ability of two well-known criminological theories to explain a specific deviant behaviour: cyberbullying. Three...
  • August 19, 2016
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R.W. Fleet Griffith University – School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Robert.fleet@griffithuni.edu.au Organised crime seeks to make money from the market for illicit goods and services. These illicit markets are characterised by the use of violence as a tool for market...
  • August 19, 2016
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R.W. Fleet Griffith University – School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Robert.fleet@griffithuni.edu.au Organised crime seeks to make money from the market for illicit goods and services. These illicit markets are characterised by the use of violence as a tool for market...
  • August 19, 2016
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A. Hutchings Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, alice.hutchings@cl.cam.ac.uk I will be talking about the Cambridge Computer Crime Database (CCCD), a database that I established with open source information about cybercrime arrests and prosecutions in the United Kingdom. The database goes back...
  • August 19, 2016
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