The ACCCE is proud to partner with the University of Queensland Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Honours program. Each year, two Honours students from this program work with the ACCCE to release and showcase research into online child abuse material offenders.
The research helps detail the implications and recommendations that law enforcement and Government could adopt or further investigate, and inform the prevention initiatives that the ACCCE undertakes.
University of Queensland students, Caitlin Zillmann and Darcy Binger, of the 2022 UQ research program, have completed their research in the following areas:
As a collaborative research arrangement, the ACCCE partnered with the University of Queensland and researcher Ashley Elson-Green, to conduct research into the following:
University of Queensland students, Ashley Elson-Green and Mia Fairbrother, of the 2021 UQ research program have recently completed their research in the following areas:
Last year the ACCCE piloted the research program in partnership with University of Queensland students Bec Dunne and Rebecca Gavin. Their research was released in December: