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Cross, Cassandra (2016) Why we need to do more for the victims of online fraud and scams. The Conversation, May(19).
Cross, Cassandra (2016) Using financial intelligence to target online fraud victimisation: Applying a tertiary prevention perspective. Criminal Justice Studies, 29(2), pp. 125-142.
Cross, Cassandra (2016) Fraudsters change tactics as a crackdown cuts some losses due to online scams. The Conversation, March(1).
Cross, Cassandra & Richards, Kelly (2015) The ACA effect: Examining how current affairs programs shape victim understandings and responses to online fraud. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 27(2), pp. 163-177.
Cross, Cassandra (2015) Boiler room scams destroy lives yet police blame victims. The Conversation.
Cross, Cassandra (2015) 'But I've never sent them any personal details apart from my driver's licence number...': Exploring seniors' attitudes towards identity crime. Security Journal. (In Press)
Cross, Cassandra (2015) No laughing matter: Blaming the victim of online fraud. International Review of Victimology, 21(1), pp. 187-204.
Cross, Cassandra (2015) How to tackle cybercrime before people even know they're a victim. The Conversation, March(19).
Cross, Cassandra & Blackshaw, Dom (2015) Improving the police response to online fraud. Policing : A Journal of Policy and Practice, 9(2), pp. 119-128.
Cross, Cassandra (2014) Love hurts: The costly reality of online romance fraud. The Conversation, December(11).
Cross, Cassandra, Smith, Russell G., & Richards, Kelly (2014) Challenges of responding to online fraud victimisation in Australia. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 474.
Drew, Jacqueline M. & Cross, Cassandra (2013) Fraud and its PREY : conceptualising social engineering tactics and its impact on financial literacy outcomes. Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 18, pp. 188-198.
Cross, Cassandra (2016) Policing online fraud in Australia: The emergence of a victim‐oriented approach. In Berents, Helen & Scott, John (Eds.) Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference 2015, Crime and Justice Research Centre, QUT, Brisbane, Qld, pp. 1-8.
Cross, Cassandra (2013) “Nobody’s holding a gun to your head…” examining current discourses surrounding victims of online fraud. In Richards, Kelly & Tauri, Juan (Eds.) Crime, Justice and Social Democracy : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Crime and Justice Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 25-32.
Cross, Cassandra, Dwyer, Angela E., & Richards, Kelly (2015) Examining the effectiveness of Police-Citizens Youth Clubs on crime prevention and community safety. Crime and Justice Research Centre, Brisbane, Qld.
Cross, Cassandra (2015) Submission to the Queensland Government inquiry into "The adequacy of existing financial protections for Queensland's seniors". Queensland Government.
Cross, Cassandra (2012) Submission to the Joint Select Committee on Cyber Safety. Inquiry into the Cybersafety of Seniors. (Unpublished)
Cross, Cassandra (2012) The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to study methods of preventing and supporting victims of online fraud. (Unpublished)