Australian first study examining the policing of cybercrime.

  • Project dates: 2017
  • Funding : Criminology Research Council

This project is the first Australian study to examine the policing of cybercrime at the local level, targeting community expectations, general duties officers’ attitudes and perceptions, specialist police perspectives and key non-enforcement agencies.

This project is led by Dr Cassandra Cross (QUT), with international partner investigator Professor Thomas Holt (Michigan State University).

Key People


Associate Professor Anastasia Powell

Associate Professor Anastasia Powell

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