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Deakin Downtown

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Melbourne, VIC 3008

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The network paradigm has been used by scholars and law enforcement practitioners to understand and respond to many different forms of crime, including co-offending, organised crime and terrorism. This workshop will provide an overview of recent research that has used a network lens to understand, prevent and disrupt crime. The workshop will be hosted by A/Prof Chad Whelan (Deakin University) and A/Prof David Bright (Centre for Crime Policy and Research, Flinders University). Funding for this workshop was provided by a Criminology Research Grant (CRG/49/16-17).


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Dr Matt O'Reilly (University of New South Wales)

Structural and functional changes in a drug trafficking network in response to changes in the availability of drugs

A/Prof Phill Cassey (University of Adelaide)

Where did the wildlife go? Illegal trade in live animals

A/Prof David Bright (Flinders University) and A/Prof Chad Whelan (Deakin University)

Co-offending patterns across crime types

Dr James Coutinho (Swinburne University)

Determinants of collaboration among competitors in multilevel organised criminal networks

A/Prof Mark Lauchs (Queensland University of Technology)

Violence, drugs and social networks within the Finks Motorcycle Club



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