Recently Published – ““I’ve Lost Some Sleep over It”: Secondary Trauma in the Provision of Support to Older Fraud Victims

CJRC researcher and lecturer Dr Cassandra Cross from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, has recently published an article in the Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice which examines experiences of secondary trauma for older fraud victims. Read more

Recently Published: “Exploring seniors’ attitudes towards identity crime”

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CJRC researcher Dr Cassandra Cross from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, has recently published an article in the Security Journal titled “‘But I’ve never sent them any personal details apart from my driver’s licence number…’: Exploring seniors’ attitudes towards identity crime”. Read more

Recently Published – ‘They’re Very Lonely’: Understanding the Fraud Victimisation of Seniors

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CJRC researcher Dr Cassandra Cross, from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, has recently published an article in the CJRC’s International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. The article was included in the journal’s most recent issue (Vol 5, No 4) and looks at the fraud victimisation of seniors. Read more

Recently Published: “Why the victim can also become the offender in online fraud”

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This post authored by Dr Cassandra Cross from QUT originally appeared on The Conversation on Wednesday 13th April 2016.  

It’s bad enough when someone loses money to an online scam, but in some cases the victim can also recruit others into the scam causing even further heartache and loss. Read more