Crime Science uses evidence-based information together with scientific approaches and methods to reduce crime and threats to security. Security and Crime Science is a multidisciplinary subject and draws upon such subjects as Computer Science, Geographic Information Systems, Political Studies, Population Studies, Psychology and Statistics.

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Security and Crime Science papers

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COMPX502 Cryptography right arrow

An introduction to cryptographic methods.

15 No occurrences
COMPX518 Cyber Security right arrow

This paper introduces the key topics in the important field of cyber security. It will cover various aspects of defensive, offensive and preventative...

15 24A (Hamilton)
COMPX521 Machine Learning Algorithms right arrow

This paper exposes students to selected machine learning algorithms and includes assignments that require the implementation of these algorithms.

15 24B (Hamilton)
COMPX532 Information Visualisation right arrow

This paper aims to provide an awareness of the potential offered by information visualisation techniques, a familiarity with the underlying concepts...

15 24A (Hamilton)
CRSCI501 Foundations of Security and Crime Science 1 right arrow

This paper introduces the topics, theories, and approaches that make up Crime Science. The central focus is on understanding crime.

15 24A (Online)
CRSCI502 Foundations of Security and Crime Science 2 right arrow

The focus of this paper is on crime as a potentially preventable event. Crimes occur in a patterned way that is partly determined by situational...

15 24B (Online)
FPSYC502 The Psychology of Crime and Criminality: Theories and Approaches right arrow

What is it about people that causes them to commit crime or become criminal? This paper introduces an integrative psychological perspective on...

15 24A (Online)
GEOGY538 Automated Spatial Analysis using Geographic Information Systems right arrow

Automated GIS, using programming or scripts, are extremely powerful compared to the 'point and click' environment, and are the most practical method...

15 24X (Block)
GEOGY558 Applied Geographic Information Systems for Research and Planning right arrow

GIS is used widely in a range of industries and government agencies, and graduates competent in GIS are sort after for employment. This paper is...

15 24A (Hamilton)
IRSST506 International Relations and Global Security right arrow

This paper teaches and utilises major international relations theories to consider pressing global issues. This includes the causes of war and...

30 24B (Hamilton)
IRSST507 Cyber Security and Cyber Warfare right arrow

This course examines the political, strategic, legal and economic debates around cyber security and cyber warfare. Particular emphasis is placed on...

15 24B (Online)
LEGAL501 Advanced Evidence Law right arrow

This research seminar paper provides an advanced-level examination of critical issues in Evidence Law. Students complete a supervised research...

30 24A (Hamilton) & 24A (Tauranga)
LEGAL526 Legal Aspects of Cyber Security right arrow

This research seminar paper provides an advanced-level examination of critical issues regarding the legal aspects of Cyber Security. Students...

30 24A (Hamilton) & 24A (Tauranga)
PSYCH536 Eyewitness Memory, Psychological Science and the Law right arrow

In this course, we learn about the legal system; the impact of eyewitness testimony; wrongful convictions; perceiving and remembering real world...

15 24A (Hamilton)
PSYCH575 Kaupapa Māori Psychology right arrow

Students develop a critical understanding of Kaupapa Māori psychology, and how it is sensitive to context, conscious of history and responsive to...

15 24A (Hamilton)
PSYCH580 The Psychology of Crime and Criminality: Research and Practice right arrow

This paper builds on the introduction to the psychology of crime and criminality provided by FPSYC502. Drawing on foundational knowledge from that...

15 24B (Hamilton)
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CRSCI900 Security and Crime Science PhD Thesis right arrow

120 24X (Hamilton)
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