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” Only authorised Police and Corrections staff involved in monitoring child sex offenders will have direct access to information on the register. There are clear operational policies and directives regarding the use and confidentiality of information. Anyone who makes an unauthorised disclosure of information held on the register may be charged with an offence.”

While any direction that causes more resources to be foolishly wasted in the state’s zeal to restrict people’s rights, consider the fact that this level of “registration” is not even in the same ballpark as that of the states. They know if they have to make the information public, it will increase the likelihood of putting up residency restrictions and causing a 5-fold increase in their monitoring of people who don’t, statistically, have any realistic chance of recidivitating.

Frankly, this level of “registration” that NZ is going to start using is nothing more than what US and Interpol already have for ANY felon, not just registrants.

You can bet the US is doing what it can to cause as many countries as possible to develop these laws so as to make it appear they are not the lone wolf in stripping its citizens of basic human rights! in fact, the IML lawsuit calls for the Secretary of State to do so…

I have a question doesn’t this violate some sort of international law to strips some ones civil rights away like that just because of some ones criminal past like being on the “registry”?

Just another slippery slope , do they not see the problems in our system?

“The safety of children comes before everything else, and we now have another tool to make sure they aren’t harmed.”


It’s just a matter of time before the child safety advocates there whine until the registry is made public.

“Children deserve to be kept safe from harm, which is why we are going to be more proactive in managing the risk of reoffending from child sex offenders,” says Mrs Tolley. Okay, Mrs. Tolley, lets ban children from riding in all motor vehicles and ban parents, which, harm many, many, many more children.

I don’t see the purpose of these foreign articles
Any other country treats their registered & non registered sex offenders 100 times better than the United States. So what’s the point of looking at other countries. The fight is here

If the U.S. government is so morally right, why do we still do business and have diplomatic relations with countries that don’t have our same laws. Many countries allow relationships with people below 14 yrs. Our legislators travel to these places to indulge in activities they themselves make illegal domestically. Isn’t child labor child abuse? Shouldn’t these company’s C.E.O.s be registered?