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Identity crime and misuse in Australia: Results of the 2014 online survey

ISSN: 
1836-2079
Abstract: 

To understand the trends associated with identity crime and misuse in Australia, the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) was, in 2014, commissioned by the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department to undertake a national survey of the problem for the second time. The study is one of a series of initiatives being implemented as part of the National Identity Security Strategy, Australia’s national response to enhancing identity security, which seeks to prevent identity crime and misuse, contribute to national security and facilitate the benefits of the digital economy.

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Smith R, Brown R & Harris-Hogan S. 2015. Identity crime and misuse in Australia: Results of the 2014 online survey. Research and public policy series No. 130. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. https://aic.gov.au/publications/rpp/rpp130