Screen Resolution

A detective enters the predator's lair, disguised as a child

Non-Fiction - Parenting
244 Pages
Reviewed on 05/07/2017
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Brett Lee, an experienced undercover detective with the Queensland Police Force, and his colleague, David Morris, an equally experienced journalist, have collaborated to bring out Screen Resolution and provide our society, families and young people with a graphic insight into the world of the internet sexual predator. It is an excellent book, a must-read for all parents and caregivers as they take care of children who are now living in a world of internet and online networking. The book is based on the author’s experiences after posing as a teenager, and he exposes how child sex offenders operate and guides families on how to provide a safe online environment for their children at home.

The book is disturbing as it reveals the dark side of internet as it grows and provides exciting educational and communication opportunities for young people. The author’s firsthand account of what children and young people encounter without their parents knowing speaks about the importance of educating children to identify these dangers and avoid them. The tips shared in the book are useful and helpful to make them understand that cyber bullying is a criminal offence. The author handles the topic with an authoritative voice and gives steps to minimize the impacts of bullying and helps to educate children to put strategies in place so that the risk of negative outcomes can be reduced. The core messages in the book can be practiced and achieved by all those who have children at home, so that they can make the internet a safer playground.