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Organizations and Cyber crime: An Analysis of the Nature of Groups engaged in Cyber Crime
IntroductionDiscussions of cyber crime, and of organized crime more generally, are plagued by stereotypes. On the one hand, the image of the lone hacker belies the collective nature of much cyber
Developments in the global law enforcement of cyber‐crime
In response to the threat of cyber-crime there is an urgent need to reform methods of mutual legal assistance and to develop trans-national policing capability, and the potential for potent global enforcement mechanisms are discussed.
The Detection of Deception: The Effects of First and Second Language on Lie Detection Ability
An experiment was designed to test behavioural differences in the detection of deception arising from investigative interviews conducted in either a first or second language. A two (Cantonese or
Aborigines and Crime in Australia
  • R. Broadhurst
  • Sociology, Psychology
    Crime and Justice
  • 1 January 1997
Aborigines are 16 times more likely in Western Australia to be victims of homicide and 6.5 times more likely to report crimes against the person to police than are non-Aborigines. Aborigines are 9.2
It is argued that the evaluation of interventions should proceed on the basis of estimates of violent rather than repeat offending, and the utility of incapacitation strategies and problems of crime prevention are discussed.
Sentencing and public confidence: Results from a national Australian survey on public opinions towards sentencing
This paper examines the critical issue of public confidence in sentencing, and presents findings from Phase I of an Australia-wide sentencing and public confidence project. Phase I comprised a
The Probabilities of Sex Offender Rearrest
Actuarial risk assessments for low-probability high-consequence events such as dangerous recidivism are useful for identifying groups with a high probability of rearrest, assisting management of these groups and evaluating penal interventions.
Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice
The study explored the influence of scam type, cybercrime awareness, gender, IT competence and perceived internet safety on susceptibility to email scams and the risks of cybercrime for students by observing their responses.
Aboriginal Contact with the Criminal Justice System and the Impact of the Royal Commission Into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
Contents Introduction Aboriginal Crime Victims Police Activity and Aborigines Aborigines in the Courts Imprisoned Aborigines Aborigines and Community-based Corrections The Royal Commission into
Crime and Indigenous People
Theories of crime applied to explain the over-representation of Indigenous people in the penal system are re-examined by three approaches to Indigenous – governmental relations in post-colonial