Terror suspect ‘caught with police academy maps’
A SUPPORTER of radical Islam who was allegedly caught looking at maps of the NSW Police Academy just days after his release from prison will apply for bail on Monday.
Greg Ceissman, 24, was allegedly caught looking at the academy in Goulburn on Google Maps and also had accessed unauthorised apps Skype, Facebook and WhatsApp, court documents tendered yesterday said.
Police arrested the Redfern man on Friday and allege he was in breach of the strict conditions he was ordered to follow after being released from prison days earlier.
Ceissman, an Aboriginal man who had been in jail since 2015 on car theft and other offences, is suspected of converting to radical Islam while behind bars.
On April 13, government lawyers made an application to have Ceissman subjected to an extended supervision order and an interim supervision order, fearing he would engage in a terrorist attack.
The NSW Supreme Court released Ceissman on strict conditions.
He is understood to be subject to more than 60 conditions to live at a Redfern apartment with his father.
On Friday, police arrested him after they allegedly found him breaching the orders by allegedly having undeclared access to the apps and looking at the maps of the police academy.