Digital forensics in law enforcement: the case of online victimisation of children
Davidson, J (2008) Digital forensics in law enforcement: the case of online victimisation of children. Electronic Government, an International Journal, 5(4), pp. 445-451.
Online victimisation of children is concerned with sexual abuse caused with the help of online technologies. Digital forensics is a powerful methodology to discover, prevent and bring criminals to justice. Digital forensics is dependent on tools and access to information from a variety of sources in digital government. This paper reports from a knowledge enhancement project to gain new insights into offender investigations in law enforcement.
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