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Financial crime: February 2015

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

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Books/reports

Journal articles

  • Chain reaction / Holly Gilbert Stowell
    Security management 59(1) Jan 2015: 30-32
  • Discretionary justice : a comparison and discussion of criminal prosecutions in the history of major financial crimes / James F Gilsinan, Muhammed Islam, Neil Seitz and James A Fisher
    Journal of financial crime 22(1) 2015: 5-15
  • Kicking the cane : intra-familial financial exploitation of the vulnerable elderly, part 1 of 2 / Annette Simmons-Brown
    Fraud magazine. Jan 2015:1-3
  • Management models for international cybercrime / G. Stevenson Smith
    Journal of financial crime 22(1) 2015: 104-125
  • PEACE in fraud interviews : assumptions and detection of guilt and the impact on interviewer behaviour / Andrea Shawyer and Rebecca (Becky) Milne
    Crime prevention and community safety 17(1) 2015: 30-46
  • Rethinking terrorist financing : where does all this lead? / Hamed Tofangsaz
    Journal of money laundering control 18(1) 2015: 112-130
  • The anguish of victims : the human impact of fraud beyond the statistics / Annette Simmons-Brown
    Fraud magazine. Oct 2014:1-3
  • The vexing problem defining financial exploitation / Shelly L Jackson
    Journal of financial crime 22(1) 2015: 63-78