Typologies of online CEM offenders – looking back, looking forward

A/Prof. Tony Krone1
1University Of Canberra, Fraser, Australia

This paper reviews the development of typologies of online CEM offenders drawing together perspectives from criminology, psychology and law. It questions their utility and applicability given changes in the online environment and the ways in which people interact online. Possible future directions in research and ways of enhancing online typologies will be canvassed.


Biography:

Tony Krone works in the areas of crime and criminology at the University of Canberra with a special emphasis on cybercrime and the problem of online child sexual exploitation

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