Dr Peter Bell
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyDr Bell holds advance degrees in education with a specific emphasis on police education & training, intelligence, transnational organised crime and counter-terrorism.
Dr Bell has held senior analytical and operational positions with the Queensland Police Service, the Australian Bureau of Criminal Intelligence, the Australian Federal Police and the Organised Crime Agency of British Columbia-Canada (OCABC). He has travelled extensively and has been retained by various state and federal governments, law enforcement agencies, academic institutions, multi-national and crown corporations in Canada, the United States, Saudi Arabia, China, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). In 2002, Dr Bell was retained as a national resource by the Canadian Senate – Standing Committee for National Defence on matters pertaining to the integrity of the national transportation network and the risk posed by Transnational Organised Crime Groups operating on the Canadian waterfront.
Dr Bell is the coordinator for the Masters and Post Graduate Programs, currently offered at the School of Justice. He is also a member of the teaching team into Singapore, which delivers undergraduate study units to members of the Singapore Police.
- Transnational Crime
- Organised Crime
- Transportation Infrastructure Security
- Criminal Intelligence: Systems, Process & Practices
- Risk / Threat Assessment & Management.
Intelligence, Transnational Crime, Organised Crime, Corruption, Communication Interception Technology, Counter Terrorism, Security Risk Management - Event and Industry (Mining and Marine), Transport and Supply Chain Security, Marine Security, Aviation Security
Other Law and Legal Studies, Law
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- EdD (Charles Sturt University)
Professional memberships and associations
- Congram M, Bell P, Lauchs M, (2013) Policing transnational organized crime and corruption: Exploring the role of communication interception technology (Crime Prevention and Security Management), Palgrave Macmillan.
- Keane J, Bell P, (2013) A case study analysis of Israeli Organised Crime (IOC) (1990-2005): Applying the Crime Business Analysis Matrix (CBAM), Mustang Journal of Law and Legal Studies, 5, pp. 79-96.
- McClintock B, Bell P, (2013) Australia's mining interests within Nigeria and Libya: Policies, corruption and conflict, International Journal of Law Crime and Justice, 41 (3), pp. 247-259.
- Keane J, Bell P, (2013) Confidence in the police: Balancing public image with community safety - A comparative review of the literature, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 41 (3), pp. 233-246.
- Bell P, Congram M, (2013) Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP) as a strategic planning resource in the fight against Transnational Organized Crime (TOC), International Journal of Business and Commerce, 2 (12), pp. 15-28.
- Bell P, Frain F, Lauchs M, (2013) Investigating international bribery and the applicability of routine activity theory: A literary review, International Journal of Business and Commerce, 2 (10), pp. 79-94.
- Mulcahy E, Merrington S, Bell P, (2013) The radicalisation of prison inmates: A review of the literature on recruitment, religion and prisoner vulnerability, Cuadernos de Economia (Spain), 9 (1), pp. 4-14.
- Bell P, Coyne J, (2011) Strategic intelligence in law enforcement: a review, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, 6 (1), pp. 23-39.
- Coyne J, Bell P, (2011) The role of strategic intelligence in anticipating transnational organised crime: A literary review, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 39 (1), pp. 60-78.
- Dean G, Bell P, Lauchs M, (2010) Conceptual framework for managing knowledge of police deviance, Policing and Society, 20 (2), pp. 204-222.