GS Criminal Justice and Criminology Faculty Contribute to Special Issue of ‘Policing: An International Journal”
Great work from some of our amazing faculty members!!
Professor and Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Dr. Adam Bossler, guest edited a special issue on “Policing Cybercrime” for Policing: An International Journal (2020, Volume 43, Issue 1). The manuscripts in the special issue examine a wide variety of topics regarding the challenges of policing cybercrime, including the reporting of cybercrime victimization, law enforcement organizational responses, digital evidence recognition among first responders, perceptions of different forms of cybercrime, responding to sex crimes and pornography, and evidence-based policing in the digital age.
Dr. Amanda Graham, Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, published a first-authored manuscript with colleagues entitled, “Willingness to report crime to the police: Traditional crime, cybercrime, and procedural justice,” which appeared first in the special issue.
In addition, Dr. Bossler co-authored a manuscript with colleagues entitled, “Self-perceptions of English and Welsh constables and sergeants preparedness for online crime: A latent class analysis.”