Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC): Child Exploitation Material Reduction Research Program

The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) is seeking applicants (through an approach to market) for a new research program that aims to address a key government priority.

The Child Exploitation Material Reduction Research Program is a partnership between the AIC and the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation. It aims to explore new approaches to tackling child exploitation material (CEM) from both a crime prevention and crime detection perspective.

The program will bring together multi-disciplinary research teams to explore new solutions to reduce CEM.  Researchers are expected to work in close collaboration with policy-makers, law enforcement practitioners and/or industry representatives to develop and undertake CEM reduction research.

Tender No. & Further Information

Delivery Timeframe

  • Between January 2019 and June 2020

Closing Date & Time

  • 27 November 2018, 2.00pm (ACT)

Need Help?

  • Please contact Paul Arthur, Business Development Manager, for assistance with a submission.
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