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Michael King joined Charles Sturt University in 2021, where he is a sessional academic in fraud and financial crime, at the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security. Michael commenced his research career at Griffith University in 2000 undertaking field work for Dr. Tim Prenzler’s on a Criminology Research Council Grant to study the Australian private investigation industry.  Building on this experience Michael commenced teaching/lecturing within the School of Justice Administration at Brisbane TAFE in 2004 and co-developed subjects for the Queensland Police Entry Program for Brisbane’s North-Point Institute of TAFE. More recently Michael had been a guest lecturer with the Faculty of Law School of Justice Queensland University of Technology.

Michael is an experience regulatory compliance officer and investigator having two decades experience within a Commonwealth agency at the Executive Level. Complementing this experience Michael has held positions within the Queensland government and as an investigator for one of Australia top ten banking and finance providers.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Justice

Grad Cert in Criminology & Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Commerce

Subject keywords

  • Policing
  • Economic Crime
  • Fraud
  • White collar crime
  • Tax/revenue crime
  • Global crime


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