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Alexandra Gannoni

Australian Institute of Criminology

Alexandra Gannoni is a Senior Research Analyst with the Australian Institute of Criminology. Alexandra has qualifications in criminology and political science from the University of Melbourne. She has published on a range of issues including homicide, Indigenous deaths in custody, illicit drugs, surveillance technologies, identity crime, domestic violence, and child sexual abuse material. She is currently working in the areas of online sexual exploitation of children, and human trafficking and modern slavery.


Amanda Paton

University of South Australia, Australian Centre for Child Protection

**Sarah to send updated bio. Shared update on 8/15**

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Amy roberts

Murdock University

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Arjan Blokland

Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement

Arjan Blokland is a senior-researcher at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), in Amsterdam, and a professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Leiden University, The Netherlands. His research interests include criminal careers, the effects of formal and informal interventions thereon, and illicit networks.



San Jose State University

Dr. Bryce Westlake is an associate professor in the Department of Justice Studies at San Jose State University. He developed the digital evidence concentration in the forensic science program and directs the Silicon Valley Digital Forensics Laboratory. For the past 15 years, Dr. Westlake has investigated the distribution of child sexual abuse material (i.e., child pornography) online. His work focuses on the development of automated tools to detect, collect, analyze, and match videos and images disseminated online.

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