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Australia: Federal Budget dedicates $7.8 million for child sex offender list

[news.com.au – 4/3/19]

 

Australians will soon have access to a wealth of information about convicted paedophiles across the country after the Federal Budget allocated $7.8 million for a “name and shame” list.

The Budget 2019-2020 provides $7.8 million to establish a National Public Register of Child Sex Offenders, an initiative the government hopes will provide a “nationally consistent approach to the public release of information about child sex offenders”.

The register will allow Australians to see names, aliases and photographs of thousands of paedophiles, as well as their date of birth, physical description and the “general location and nature” of their crimes.

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Related links:

A public register of child sex offenders will do more harm than good [smh.com.au – 4/4/19]

 

 

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  1. Junior

    https://aic.gov.au/file/6621/download?token=3O03shs_

    In spite of this👆🏼 amazing Australian study that was given to this politician about what an “abject failure” the US registry has been. It’s baffling me more and more how countries keep wanting to model this US EMPIRE so badly when it’s in a crisis and a moral decline and at a brink of losing its global influence.

    • GRR

      All countries have private and public enterprises (government agency’s). These enterprises are very similar in that they are both businesses. As such, each grow with revenue (sales). The government agency’s however, make their own rules through what is called legislature. Legislators enact new laws which create new agencies and more revenues through taxes.

      These new agencies create more jobs and fuels the economy (world wide). We all have said/heard many times “it is just a waste of tax payers money”. In most cases this statement is spot on. Nonetheless, the world economy is comprised of 45% of government agencies and if one where to cleanup all the agencies that “waste tax payer money” the world economy would collapse.

      So it is not really modeling per se, it’s just an avenue to create more agencies. It my opinion it really has nothing to do with protecting anyone. Its just all about creating more jobs for the world economy and in return more tax revenues for the governments.

      Through all this though, scumbag Legislators benefit politically from promoting fear, enacting laws and creating new agencies all of which are based on false documentation against individuals who have committed sex related crimes.

      Example
      Ventura County Sheriff sending out swat, plain close-men and uniformed officers on a Sunday (double overtime pay – mine you the unions are behind this too and everything else for profits) for them to pound on individuals doors whom are on the registry. This was just another way for this agency to line their pockets on a Sunday, make the headline news, and the Sheriff gets free Campaign advertisement etc. etc.

      This country and most countries – what i mean is “the governments” – will do what ever it takes to keep expanding. unfortunately, individuals with sex related crimes are currently caught up in this very lucrative world wide billion dollar scheme.

      • catch22

        I live in Ventura County , I did not get a visit but I did get a phone call , did not recognize the number so I did not answer , he left a message which I recognized and called back . After confirming to him that yes that it is me , I still live here, still have the same phone # , he quickly realized that I did not want to talk to him and he went all apologetic on me and the call ended . For me I don’t know if this is the new SOP a phone call every year or what . I thought of coming up with some statement to use next time to at least educate this cop on this but that might be a waste of time

        • ocguy

          How do they have your phone number? I don’t see phone number in the required information in PC 290.015.

    • TS

      @Junior

      Look up Five Eye countries. That’s your answer to why AUS is in lock step.

  2. NY won’t let go

    Interesting how it say that it give a general idea where they are not their home address or the car and plate number to it.

    Australia also removes people after 10 years.

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