Drew Viney Criminal Intelligence Officer, Crimes Against Children, INTERPOL Drew Viney has been with the INTERPOL Crimes Against Children (CAC) Team since the beginning of 2017. Operationally, he focuses on technology-facilitated child abuse and child victim identification throughout the world, targeting a variety of open and darknet platforms. More broadly, his ultimate goal is to advocate the mindset that law enforcement must ‘act locally, but think globally’ as the internet continues to change the nature of child abuse into a truly borderless crime type. Prior to taking a position with INTERPOL, Drew was a member of the Australian Federal Police for 15 years, where he worked as a Detective specialising in child abuse investigations and covert online methodologies. His lecture provides insight into the INTERPOL Crimes Against Children Team and the role it plays in the global fight against child abuse. The aim of this presentation is to raise awareness about how INTERPOL can assist you with identifying offenders and their victims both locally and throughout the world. This includes an introduction to the International Child Sexual Exploitation database (ICSE), an ever-expanding expanding and evolving deconfliction and investigative tool that houses seized and catalogued child abuse material from around the world. ICSE allows investigators to securely share sensitive data with colleagues, conduct image and video analysis and comparisons against current holdings and leverage the collective expertise of the global law enforcement community. Some short case studies will be discussed to illustrate the successes that can be achieved through global collaboration and cooperation. There will also be discussion of a number of international initiatives and projects that you and your unit may be interested in becoming involved with.