The Children in the Pictures
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING FOR ANALYZE USERS
We at Griffeye are proud to present an exclusive online preview screening of the Australian documentary “The Children in the Pictures”, to shine light on the incredible work being done by Task Force Argos, and everyone fighting online child sexual abuse.
“Every day, these extraordinary heroes observe the very worst in human nature, and in doing so, represent the very best of humanity. They are selflessly fighting to save our most vulnerable citizens: our children.”
Simon Nasht, Director & Producer
ABOUT THE FILM
The toughest job in law enforcement – the worst crime in the world.
The Children in the Pictures takes us inside Task Force Argos, a renowned Australian-based police investigative team, as they go undercover to rescue children from online sexual abuse. From infiltrating global criminal networks to hunting down the world’s worst abusers, the Argos team shines a light on the dark reality of online child sexual abuse and the fight we all face in stopping it.
Save your seat
The preview screening is exclusive for all Griffeye Analyze users and will take place on two different dates. Choose which date suits your schedule best and sign in to the Griffeye Portal to register.
April 4 – 16:00-18:00 EDT (America)
April 5 – 11:00-13:00 CEST (Europe)
Meet the panelists
Don’t miss the live Q&A session with the filmmakers and law enforcement professionals featured in the documentary.
Detective Inspector Jon Rouse
Manager Covert Online / Victim Identification, Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE). Former Head of Task Force Argos.
Jon has 37 years’ service with the Queensland Police in Australia. In 1996 Jon began investigating crimes against children and in 2001 he commenced at Task Force Argos where he implemented Australia’s first operation to proactively target internet child sex offenders. He has instigated multiple national and international investigations targeting child exploitation criminal networks and has delivered training to law enforcement officers in Australia and across the world. Jon is currently the Chair of the Covert Internet Investigations Group for the INTERPOL Specialists on Crimes against Children and is a Director with The Society for the Policing of Cyberspace (POLCYB).
Head of Victim Identification Unit, ARGOS, Child Abuse and Sexual Crime Group, Queensland Police Service.
Paul Griffiths is the Child Victim Identification Manager for Queensland Police Service (QPS) in Australia, where he has worked since February 2009. His role with QPS involves ensuring the maximum benefit is achieved from the analysis of data seized from suspected child sex offenders and encountered during online investigations. To date over 1300 child victims have been identified as a result of the work of the team at Queensland Police Service.
Child Victim Identification Unit, Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE)
Warren Bulmer is a retired Detective Constable from the Toronto Police Service (Canada), where he dedicated 30 years of service (1990-2020). Bulmer’s policing career had been predominantly spent within the field of criminal investigation including a combined total of 19 years assigned to Financial Crimes, Major Crime, the Fugitive Squad, and the Child Exploitation Section of the Sex Crimes Unit. Since 2008, Bulmer has also been an international instructor in the area of computer facilitated crime having lectured over 6000 Judges, Prosecutors and Police from 46 different countries.
Victim Identification Analyst, Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE).
Scott Anderson joined the Queensland Police Service’s Child Victim Identification Unit in 2017 as a digital media forensic analyst specialising in audio, video and still image technology, where his professional and academic knowledge aids in the identification and rescue of child sexual exploitation victims. Prior to coming to Australia, he worked in roles providing his expertise to assist Government agencies to both counter terrorism and child exploitation activities.
Writer and Director
Akhim Dev is an established creative producer with over 20 years of experience in broadcast television and digital content. With expertise in observational documentary and reality television, his work strongly focuses on creative story producing and interviewing to create engaging stories. Akhim has worked in story producing, post-producing and digital producing roles on a number of major commercial TV productions in Australia.