Clive Harfield, Professor of Law (Adjunct), University of Queensland, Australia,Karen Harfield, senior public servant with the Australian Commonwealth Government
Clive Harfield is Professor of Law (Adjunct), University of Queensland; Visiting Research Fellow in Criminology and Policing, Bath Spa University; and Research Fellow in Cyber Investigation Ethics, IDCARE, University of the Sunshine Coast. He previously served with the National Crime Squad, and was a BCU Intelligence and Covert Operations Manager for Warwickshire Police.
Karen Harfield is a senior public servant with the Australian Commonwealth Government. She has previously served with the Australian Crime Commission, with HM Inspectorate of Constabulary, as Head of Intelligence for Warwickshire Police, and in the National Crime Squad.
Abbreviations Introduction Part One Managing Covert Investigation 1. Moral Foundations for Covert Investigation 2. Statutory Principles in Covert Investigation 3. Authorization and Governance 4. Understanding the Operating Environment 5. Managing Covert Investigation Part Two Law and Procedure in Covert Investigation 6. Directed Surveillance 7. Intrusive Surveillance 8. Interference with Property and Entry onto Land or Equipment 9. Covert Investigation Involving Computers 10. Obtaining Communication Data 11. Interception of Communications 12. Covert Human Intelligence Sources 13. Covert Investigation Abroad 14. What Does Good Covert Investigation Look Like? Index