• Analysis of field investigative interviews of children conducted by specially trained police investigators 

      Myklebust, Trond (Series of dissertations submitted to the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo, Doctoral thesis, 2009)
      In most child sexual abuse (CSA) cases field investigative interviews of children (FIIC) plays a crucial role in these investigations and are considered to be the evidence in chief, primarily because other evidence is ...
    • Blockhashing as a forensic method 

      Hansen, Kurt-Helge (Master thesis, 2016)
      In computer forensics investigation, there has always been a battle in which the offenders find new methods to hide their illegal activity and the investigator find countermeasures to these methods. The most common ...
    • Enforcing legal protection against online violation of privacy 

      Sunde, Inger Marie (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      A main point of this paper is that the illegal material represents an ongoing violation of the child’s right to private life, as laid down in the European Convention of Human Rights (‘the ECHR’) Article 8 ‘right to respect ...
    • The Nordic model of handling children’s testimonies 

      Myklebust, Trond (Chapter, 2017)
      Barnahus performs investigative interviewing of children. Implementation of Barnahus in the Nordic countries is based on legal scrutiny of the taking of statements from children and the strong Nordic tradition of protecting ...
    • The police patrols and children experiencing domestic violence 

      Överlien, Carolina; Aas, Geir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Using data from a study on police officers’ encounters with domestic violence victims and a study on children experiencing domestic violence, this article examines how officers decide whether and how to communicate with ...