Breck’s Last Game
Our film Breck's Last Game was made in collaboration with four police forces who are supporting the work of the Breck Foundation to further educate and empower young people to keep safer online by recognising the signs of grooming and exploitation in themselves and others. Breck at only 14 years old was groomed online by a 'friend of a friend' through gaming over a period of a year and lured to his death at the predator's flat with promises of a lucrative career opportunity and exciting gaming day. Breck and his friends hadn't been taught that predators can be any age or gender, so when the predator revealed his face just once on a live stream, they saw that he was a teenager like them and didn't believe that he would be a danger. We teach that everyone online is actually a stranger, not necessarily a danger, but online we are not able to make informed decisions as we don't know who they really are. Lesson plans are available for schools to use alongside the film. We strive to educate the digital generation to Play Virtual/Live Real and to think "Do you Really know your online friends?"
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