This subject examines the nature and character of illicit networks and the various mechanisms by which they can be understood and analysed. It considers the underpinning social and technological dynamics which make network structures appealing to illicit actors, and the benefits they obtain from these organisational structures. The subject will develop an understanding of the primary techniques available for understanding and analysing illicit networks, and introduce students to a variety of tools that are frequently relied on in professional contexts.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
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