I have police background and a master from NTNU from 2017. Currently, I am a doctoral student at the University of Oslo, Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law. My project title is “The digital forensic detectives’ role in the construction of digital evidence in criminal investigation». I also teach at several post graduate studies at NPUC, mainly about topics such as criminal investigation, digital forensics and digital investigation. I am the deputy manager in the research group Police in the Digitized Society and am also a member of the research group Police Investigation Methodology (both at NPUC).
- Dataetterforskere - Mennesker eller maskiner
- What does a digital forensics opinion look like? A comparative study of digital forensics and forensic science reporting practices
- Conceptualizing an ai-based police robot for preventing online child sexual exploitation and abuse: Part i - The theoretical and technical foundations for prevBOT
- A hierarchy of expert performance (HEP) applied to digital forensics: Reliability and biasability in digital forensics decision making
- Part 2: The Phase-oriented Advice and Review Structure (PARS) for digital investigations
- The use of historical call data records as evidence in the criminal justice system – lessons learned from the Danish telecom scandal
- Structured Hypothesis Development in Criminal Investigation: A method aimed at providing a broad and objective starting point for a criminal investigation
- Min smartmobil er min borg. Smartmobilens rolle i privatlivet og privat kommunikasjon.
- Part 1: The need for peer review in digital forensics
- Digitale bevis i norske gjenåpningsbegjæringer–kan vi utelukke systematiske feil?