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Overview Edit

The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) conducts research on cyber crime in its capacity as Australia's national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice. The research of the AIC has led to the publication of a range of academic papers and surveys:

Reports Edit

The AIC has published the following reports relating to information technology law:

High-technology crime briefs Edit

Sponsored by the Australian High Tech Crime Centre (AHTCC), an Australian Institute of Criminology Research Analyst works directly with the AHTCC to study criminological aspects of high-technology crime. The aim is to inform the law enforcement community and the general public of developments in this area. This series is a product of that research collaboration. The briefs are produced in a two-page electronic format to provide an introduction to a wide range of key issues in the fight against high-technology crime.

Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice Edit

These are concise, peer-reviewed papers on criminological topics for policy makers and practitioners.

Research and public policy series Edit

This series includes original research papers, shorter conference proceedings and statistical works, designed to inform the public policy debate.

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