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Dr. Jack Cunliffe

Lecturer Quantitative Methods and Criminology 

University of Kent

Jack Cunliffe is a lecturer in Quantitative Methods and Criminology at the University of Kent. His research interests are mainly around the online drug trade, particularly cryptomarkets, but also looks at online behaviours more generally and how they can be used to inform criminological knowledge. Before moving over to academia in 2015, he was a UK civil servant for 10 years, predominantly in the Ministry of Justice and Home Office.

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

  • Cottee, S., & Cunliffe, J. (2018). Watching ISIS: How young adults engage with official English-language ISIS videos. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1080/1057610X.2018.1444955.

  • Martin J, & Cunliffe, J, (2018). The international darknet drugs trade—a regional analysis of cryptomarkets. In Smith R. (Eds.), Organised crime research in Australia 2018 (pp. 95-103). Research Reports No. 10. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. https://aic.gov.au/publications/rr/rr10.

  • Martin, J., Cunliffe, J., Décary-Hétu, D., & Aldridge J. (2018). Effect of restricting the legal supply of prescription opioids on buying through online illicit marketplaces: interrupted time series analysis. British Medical Journal, 361, k2270. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k2270.

  • Cunliffe, J, Martin J, Décary-Hétu, D and Aldridge J (2017) An Island Apart? Risks and Prices in the Australian Cryptomarket Drug Trade. International Journal of Drug Policy, 50, December 2017, 64-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2017.09.005.