Practice Paper Series - Young people and ‘sexting’ : 8 March 2016

  • 08 March 2016
  • 5:30 PM
  • Grant Thornton Offices, Level 18, 145 Ann Street, Brisbane
  • 37


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CPPAQ Practice Paper Series
Sue Diggles Memorial Practice Paper

Young people and ‘sexting’

Tuesday 8 March 2016

Registration: 5pm
Presentations commence: 5.30pm
Drinks & Networking to follow

About this paper: Sue Diggles joined the CPPAQ Board in 2014 and sadly passed away in 2015. To recognise her outstanding contribution to CPPAQ and the child protection field in Queensland, the Catholic Education Office is sponsoring an annual practice paper in her name

Chair: Peter Hill, Director Employee Services, Brisbane Catholic Education Office

Panel of Speakers:

  • Damian Bartholomew - Youth Advocacy Centre
  • Louise Davis - Manager Clinical Practice, Boystown
  • Rob Priddey - Manager Cyberstafety, Department of Education and Training
  • Detective Sergeant Angela McCarthy - Queensland Police Service

 The panel of speakers will address the following topics:

Effective responses to sexting – laws, law enforcement, education, policy reform

How schools deal with the issue, information for students and parents, other school strategies to give guidance to students re sexting

Rights, responsibilities, and support mechanisms for young people who sext, and for young people whose images are distributed via internet

Legal and other implications for children and young people involved

Legal frameworks and policing - investigation, decision to charge, evidentiary requirements, decisions of the courts.

Cancellations non-refundable; substitute permitted.
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