The Australian Security Journal provides a commentary on online and offline security, legal, community, and policing issues that impact upon our daily lives. While the site is in now well and truly in its infancy, we have plans to build the website into far more of a broad security resource.
The website has existed since 2002 but it’s always been hidden and password protected so that forum members could engage in discussions without entanglements or interference from their employers. The decision was made recently to build a public front end as a means to disseminate the expertise and passion from those that have contributed to our community over the last 12 years.
The ASJ has no connection or affiliation with any police force or service.
Third Party Articles
Articles published from The Conversation (used to initially populate the website with initial source material) are done so in compliance with the Creative Commons Licence . Articles from other online magazines are done so with permission (we have good relationships with Government magazines such as ThePointMagazine.com.au).
- Weather data supplied by our (aviation) weather WordPress plugin, Metar .
- Twitter accounts and automation are powered by the social media engine atTwytter.net .
- Screenshots provided by Screenshotz .
- Short URLs provided by fat.ly – our own truncation tool.
- QR Codes provided by QRimg.com website.
- Australian road toll and other statistical data supplied by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development at Bitre (.gov.au).