Brett Lee - Internet Safety
Police officer, Detective, community worker, and specialist in the field of undercover internet child exploitation investigation, Brett Lee has a unique and important perspective on cybersafety. He is no stranger to our shores; he has spoken at ULearn, as well as a number of events and schools around our country. He also has a considerable amount of experience around the world with a variety of school communities and organisations; all of which have aimed to increase awareness around internet safety and reduce the activity of online child predators. Brett will be visiting us in July for two days of presentations and workshops. We are very fortunate to have him dedicate his expertise to supporting NEAL schools. The programme will be open to and catered to students of all ages, teachers, and parents. We will be coordinating set venues based on interest and will likely combine several schools in order to reach as many people as possible.
If you would like to have Brett speak to students at your school, we have the following time slots available:
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1st and 2nd choice of time slots:
You will receive an email response, confirmation and detalls ASAP.
For more information on Brett:
NESS creator, Brett Lee, worked as a Queensland Police Officer for 22 years, 16 of those as a Detective predominantly in the field of Child Exploitation. In his last five years of service, he was a specialist in the field of undercover internet child exploitation investigations.
Brett has been personally involved in the online investigation, arrest and prosecution of numerous offenders, whose medium for preying on children is the internet. Brett has delivered training to members of law enforcement agencies including New South Wales Police, South Australian Police, West Australian Police and Australian Customs. Within his own police service he was involved in the training of plain clothes police through Detective Training and Sexual Crimes courses in Online Child Exploitation investigations. Further to Brett's experience, he has completed the FBI Advanced Internet Investigations Course and has worked with the FBI Innocent Images Unit, Maryland USA, the Department of Homeland Security Cyber Crimes Centre, Virginia USA and the San Jose Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, California USA. He has also attended and spoken at conferences around Australia and the world.
Brett has received the Queensland Police Commissioner's Gold Award and the Crime and Misconduct Commissioner's Award for his role in the development and implementation of software that is now utilised by various Australian Law enforcement agencies to track and identify online child offenders.READ MOREhttp://www.iness.com.au/
A variety of schools & venues around NEAL - to be confirmed.
INFORMATION NIGHT for PARENTS:
Thursday, July 26th 7 - 8 pm
2 Wairau Road Milford, 0627
(09) 489 4168
Main administration block
Use the new entrance to the school which is in the same street as Smales Farm busway. It is officially called Shakespeare Rd Extension. There is plenty of parking.