Mapping and Measuring Cybercrime (Public Forum)


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22 January 2010


  • David A. Bray, Science and Technology Policy Institute; Institute for Defense Analyses

  • Stuart Hyde, Deputy Chief Constable of the Cumbria, ACPO Spokesman for e-Crime Prevention, President of the Society for the Policing of Cyberspace

  • Michael Levi, Cardiff University

  • Neil Long, Team Cymru

  • Professor Helen Margetts, Oxford Internet Institute

  • Alun Michael (Chair), Labour and Co-operative Party MP for Cardiff South and Penarth

  • Jan Spoenle, Max-Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law


This public panel discussion focuses on the most appropriate ways of measuring and mapping Cybercrime to inform legislative, research and policy debates. This follows an all-day invited forum on the topic, and will highlight the day's findings.


90 mins

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