Liam Quinn

Liam Quinn

Mr, PhD Candidate, Doctor of Philosophy Student

  • The University of Western Australia (M253), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Liam is a full-time PhD candidate, Tutor, and Research Assistant in the School of Law at the University of Western Australia. His PhD research utilises a crime science approach to unravel the relationships between availability, disposability, and value of hot products with their corresponding theft rates at both the target selection level for specific goods, and aggregate level for the prospective haul of goods to offenders.

Liam graduated from Murdoch University (Perth, Australia) in 2018 with a Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours) and Criminology double major degree. He then gained experience in the public sector working as a Child Protection Practitioner, and in the private sector and university setting as a Research Assistant on a variety of government, corporate, and not-for-profit research and evaluation projects.

His current research interests include stolen goods markets, stolen goods trends, offender target selection decision-making (at the goods level), the 'global' crime drop, situational crime prevention mechanisms, and open-source intelligence and crime science analysis approaches.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and Criminology, Murdoch University

18 Feb 201314 Mar 2018

Award Date: 14 Mar 2018


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