In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider podcast, we speak with Rick Sarre, Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of South Australia about changes to the laws around the use of surveillance devices for licensed investigators. What are the changes, who do they effect and how do these laws help investigators?
Warwick T. (Rick) Sarre is Adjunct Professor of Law and Criminal Justice at the University of South Australia.
Professor Sarre is the immediate Past President of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (2012-2016), and was awarded Fellow status (FANZSOC) at the 2018 Annual Conference. He was formerly the Dean of Law at the UniSA Law School 2019-2020.
Professor Sarre holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Adelaide, a Doctorate of Legal Science from the University of Canberra, a Master of Arts (Criminology) from the University of Toronto (Canada), and an Honorary Law Doctorate from Umeå University, Sweden. Professor Sarre taught in the Business Division at Graceland University (Iowa, USA, 1997), in the Department of Law, Umeå University (Sweden, 2004), and with UniSA business programs twinned with Hong Kong Baptist University (1999-2008).
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The podcast duration is 25 minutes.