Professor Alisdair GillespieProfessor
Professor Gillespie’s main research interests relate to cybercrime, particularly in respect of child sexual exploitation. Much of his work relates to child pornography, child grooming and child solicitation but also includes broader forms of cybercrime. Professor Gillespie also has research interests in legal systems and evidence, particularly covert surveillance. Professor Gillespie has been called to act as an expert advisor to the UN, Council of Europe, EU and prosecutors & the judiciary from around the world. He has also advised the Home Office, Ministry of Justice and Sentencing Council.
PhD Supervision Interests
Professor Gillespie is happy to consider PhD proposals in the areas of Criminal Law; Sexual Offences; Cybercrime; Covert Policing; Criminal Justice (including Evidence).
Designing a Model of Restorative Justice for Victims of Online Child Abusive Images
01/03/2020 → 01/03/2023
Tackling child sexual exploitation: Offences and victims
01/02/2013 → 31/12/2013
- Centre for Law and Society
- Security Lancaster
- Security Lancaster (Policy, Law and Ethics)
- Security Lancaster (Sociology)