Narelle was a member of Victoria Police for 27 years, 15 of those as a Detective ‘doing time’ at the Rape and Homicide Squads and Missing Persons Unit, but dedicating much of her career to investigating child abuse and sex offences.
Narelle received many awards during her successful career and had a reputation as a dedicated, meticulous and passionate Investigator. She worked on high profile investigations and has stared death and trauma in the face throughout her career.
In 2012, Narelle began to realise what had been her world, was starting to crumble. A diagnosis she wasn’t expecting, turned her world upside down – a world she loved. It took courage and determination to accept and face her vulnerabilities – but out of that adversity came a new career path and new opportunities. Narelle’s journey will make you think deeply about your own vulnerabilities & strengths.
Narelle gives a fascinating and often humorous insight into the daily life of a Police Officer from a female perspective, and takes you inside a world you will find hard to believe at times. Narelle recants stories which will make you laugh, cry and just shake your head in disbelief and amazement.
Narelle can also be frequently heard on the Australian True Crimes Podcast, sharing her stories with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb.
Date: Saturday 24 August at 6:00pm
Your ticket also includes dinner & dessert.
BYS Members $55 per person
Non-Members $60 per person
Book a table of up to 8 people.
Tickets limited! To reserve your tickets please click here
Bookings close midnight Tuesday 20 August.
“Narelle Fraser is a highly engaging and fascinating speaker. One minute she has you wiping away tears from stories about the incredible cases she dealt with. The next minute you are crying with laughter from one of her hilarious tales from her 27 years in the force. The entire room was still and everyone was captivated by Narelle – her heart and charming personality shine through.”