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CRJS 6111 Information Technology in Criminal Justice: Welcome & Course Readings

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CRJS 6111 Course Readings

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Brown, C. S. D. (2015). Investigating and prosecuting cyber crime: Forensic dependencies and barriers to justice. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 9(1), 55–119. 

Ghappour, A. (2017). Searching places unknown: Law enforcement jurisdiction on the dark web. Stanford Law Review, 69(4), 1075-1136.  

Irwin, A. S. M., & Reynolds, P. (2017). Tracking digital footprints: Anonymity within the bitcoin system. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 20(2), 172–189. doi:10.1108/JMLC-07-2016-0027

Koper, C. S., Taylor, B. G., & Woods, D. J. (2013). A randomized test of initial and residual deterrence from directed patrols and use of license plate readers at crime hot spots. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 9(2), 213-244.  

Lanier, M. M., & Cooper, A. T. (2016). From papyrus to cyber: How technology has directed law enforcement policy and practice. Criminal Justice Studies, 29(2), 92–104. 

Li, J. X. (2017). Cyber crime and legal countermeasures: A historical analysis. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 12(2), 196-207.  

McQuade, S. (2015). Technology-enabled Crime, Policing, and security. The Journal of Technology Studies, 32–42.  

Mushtaque, K., Ahsan, K., & Umer, A. (2015). Digital forensic investigation models: An evolution study. Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management, 12(2), 233–243.  

Pavletic, J. (2018). The Fourth Amendment in the age of persistent aerial surveillance. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 108(1), 171–196. 

Prescott, J. J. (2017). Improving access to justice in state courts with platform technology. Vanderbilt Law Review, 70(6), 1993-2050. 

Reynolds, P., & Irwin, A. S. M. (2017). Tracking digital footprints: Anonymity within the bitcoin system. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 20(2), 172-189. 

Smilowitz, M. (2017). What happens after the right to counsel ends? Using technology to assist petitioners in state post-conviction petitions and federal habeas review. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 107(3), 493-520. 

Thomas, E. (2017). The privacy case for body cameras: The need for a privacy-centric approach to body camera policymaking. Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems, 50(2), 191–228.  

Williams, R., & Wienroth, M. (2017). Social and ethical aspects of forensic genetics: A critical review. Forensic Science Review, 29(2), 145-169.  

Yun, H., Qunfang, W., Xing, H., & Bort, J. (2017). A multiplatform investigation of law enforcement agencies on social media. Information Polity: The International Journal of Government & Democracy in The Information Age, 22(2/3), 179–196.  

Other Readings

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