[LINK] e-crime survey
stephen at melbpc.org.au
Fri Aug 27 19:11:44 EST 2004
Public and Private Policing of Electronic Crime in Victoria
Why a survey?
The Department of Justice and Multimedia Victoria have sponsored
this independent research conducted by researchers at the University
of Melbourne to learn more about how the private sector responds to
crime involving nformation technology and how police can work with
the private sector to lessen the impact of these crimes. Victoria Police
supports the research and is participating in other stages.
The results of this study will be communicated to government, business
and law enforcement to inform policy about partnerships between the
private sector and law enforcement via this website.
Who should fill in this questionnaire?
Responses from all industry sectors are sought. Responses may come
from any level within an organisation, although the views of senior
managers are sought especially. If you cannot answer any question in
the survey, we would appreciate you passing the questionnaire to a
person in your workplace who can. Participation in this survey is
voluntary, and your completion of the questionnaire is appreciated greatly.
ALL INFORMATION WILL BE TREATED IN THE STRICTEST CONFIDENCE
We intend to protect your anonymity and the confidentiality of your
responses to the fullest possible extent, within the limits of the law. Do
not write your name or company name on this questionnaire. All information
will be stored in compliance with University of Melbourne guidelines. You
may withdraw your responses by quoting your participant code (generated
once you begin the survey at any time prior to data analysis.
What do you do?
Should you agree to participate, please complete the online questionnaire.
You could expect it to take about 20 minutes to complete. You may preview
the questionnaire before deciding to fill it in.
Follow up Interview
IT security and e-crime investigation practitioners in the Melbourne area
are invited to participate in an interview to expand on this survey and
discuss best practice in investigative partnerships with law enforcement. If
you or someone you know would like to be interviewed, please complete the
form at the end of the online questionnaire. Shane McKenzie will then
contact you to confirm your availability and arrange a mutually convenient
time and location for an interview.
For any queries or concerns about this project, contact the researchers,
Shane McKenzie on +613 8344 9459 or Dr Steve James on +613 8344 9449.
Should you have concerns about the conduct of the project, contact the
Executive Officer, Human Research Ethics, The University of Melbourne,
on ph: +613 8344 2073, or fax: +613 9347 6739.
Cheers all ..
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