Bradley focused his former policing career on terrorist financing that required transnational investigations. Whilst doing so, Bradley represented the AFP internationally in the Asia Pacific region both as an instructor & senior case officer and as a seminar delegate at US Department of Justice Money Laundering and Prosecutions Seminars in Chicago and South Carolina.
As one of the first members of the AFP Computer Crime Unit in Sydney, Bradley was an integral member of the team that was successful in obtaining Australia's first hacking jail sentence.
Bradley is an early adopter and keeps abreast of emerging trends and cyber related legislation from having lectured at several universities.
Bradley designed and ran a successful Cyber MOOC 'Applying Law To Emerging Cyber Dangers' with in excess of 2,300 enrollments for a leading Australian University and is currently preparing a Cyber Terrorism MOOC.
Bradley has completed a Masters by Thesis: “Evolving Digital Technology Terrorist Financing & The Threat To U.S National Security" and blogs on cyber and social media issues within LinkedIn.
In 2014/15 Bradley was engaged by a leading University International Executive School to coordinate, prepare & deliver ten-day intensive International Money Laundering, Prosecution & Counter Terrorism seminars for visiting international Senior Prosecutors & Government Officials from Vietnam & China. Bradley called upon extensive industry & law enforcement networks to ensure the delegates had an informative anti money laundering/prosecutions seminar experience.
As a community service Bradley has previously provided families & school children free cyber safety advice & currently consult SME's in social media management, Bradley has also provided Keynotes at Bullying conferences and recently Chaired a Cyber Threat Summit in Sydney.
As a lawyer, Bradley has represented victims of cyber abuse and now focuses his work with victims of cyber abuse as a non practising lawyer.