Pedophilia Register: DV and sex offender from Tania Roy record & # 39; to defeat Peter Dutton & # 39; s
A cleaner store owner tapping her iPad has become the worst nightmare of Australian perpetrators of sexual and domestic violence by producing her own public register.
Tania Roy, from Gympie, in regional Queensland, estimates that she has spent the last five years & # 39; thousands & # 39; has mentioned alleged offenders and made them ashamed on its powerful Facebook page.
Exceptionally, the single mother goes the extra mile by publishing her own do-it-yourself public register of child abusers and violent criminals.
Roy plans to set up his own register next year – before the federal government publishes its planned register of perpetrators of sexual violence through a crime prevention agency.
& # 39; I'm going to beat him (Interior Minister Peter Dutton), & # 39; Roy told Daily Mail Australia about the politician who took the lead in the plan.
Shop cleaner Tania Roy, from Queensland, plans to launch a national register on sexual and domestic violence that she has produced
The Facebook page that Roy has had for years (see above) has nearly 50,000 fans. It is one of many of the name-and-shame genre on social media
The government has budgeted for a register of child abusers, which gives an example of the Daily Mail and sketches a picture of how the site might work. (It will not show perpetrators of domestic violence)
In April, Mr. Dutton announced that the coalition would establish a public register of child abusers. The government publishes the names, aliases, dates of birth, suburb and the nature of the crime of a perpetrator.
The registry will be held by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) and is expected to be similar to the one in the United States. The plan costs taxpayers $ 7.8 million.
But Roy said she's already doing much less: & # 39; I'm looking at about $ 500 plus hosting costs & # 39 ;, she laughed.
& # 39; I am a mother in Gympie doing this, & # 39; said Mrs. Roy
For years, Roy had identified alleged and convicted offenders on her page – named Australian Sex, DV Offenders, and Child Abusers Exposed – when she decided to continue with the register. The project is her & # 39; baby & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I tested the system with my (Facebook page) as a register, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; People always ask me – do you post this person, do you post about that person?
& # 39; I thought: you know what? I might as well put it on a website. I put it on a website, give people access to it.
& # 39; I'm a mom in Gympie doing this, so come on.
& # 39; We all want it in one place, so I'm going to do it. & # 39;
Roy claims that she herself has been a victim of abuse in her past, but that was not what led her to start the registry.
Her family & # 39; went through hell & # 39; from a situation in her neighborhood where an alleged sex offender was involved.
I think people should be able to investigate who they are dealing with
And her idea for a register is more extensive than just sexual crimes.
& (39) They (the government) are talking about registered offenders – I mention convicts, sex offenders, child abusers and domestic perpetrators of violence. & # 39;
The idea is to protect people, she said. & # 39; If we had a register, we could investigate before we get into relationships and things like that, & # 39; said Roy.
She means business: Tania Roy with her favorite weapon – her iPad – and a fragment of her page on the right
An example of the kind of tips that Mrs Roy received in her role
& # 39; We have relationships with people every day, whether it's your son's best friends, something like that.
& # 39; We let our kids go to sleep parties, but we never really know anything other than that Johnny & # 39; s mom is really nice, for example.
Mensen People date online, do we really know anything about the person in the profile other than what they tell us?
& # 39; No, that's why we need to be able to look up information about the people we leave in our lives.
& # 39; I am talking to people about some of the most terrible things that have ever happened & # 39;
& # 39; We need to know if we are about to come into contact with a sex offender, domestic violence, or sex offender because our community is currently vulnerable. & # 39;
She pointed to Dr.'s case. Angela Jay – a hospital worker who nearly died after being attacked by her Tinder stalker, Paul Lambert.
A judicial investigation learned last year that Lambert had been the subject of several AVO's and was charged and convicted of breaking an order before attempting to kill Dr. Jay.
Roy has help with her work.
Volunteers do research for her. An anonymous IT employee from Melbourne who has designed banking websites helps her run the registry at her own expense.
Mrs. Roy regularly receives tips from the audience and says she is dealing with & # 39; quite a few things.
& # 39; I am talking to people about some of the most terrible things that have ever happened to them. & # 39;
Some prominent child protection advocates, including Bravehearts Hetty Johnston, have argued that a public register is the wrong model to stop sex offenders.
And there are serious obstacles to Mrs Roy's effort.
Each state has different laws on disclosing details about sex and domestic violence.
Courts sometimes place non-publication orders. Publishing criminal data can identify their victims if they are related to this.
How sex offender registrations work abroad: in California, the US, users can search a person's name and come up with their name, headshot, physical information and even address
But Roy said she understands that legal affairs & # 39; dicey & # 39; but it does not have to go to court every five years before publication.
She said that she is following the law and that she is careful about posting. & # 39; If I have any doubts about doing an unmasking, I will not do it. & # 39;
& # 39; Generally it comes from the media, you have legal departments & # 39 ;, she said. Sometimes she even helped police investigators.
She would & # 39; never, ever & # 39; ever give permission for messages that lead to vigilant actions, for example by posting addresses.
& # 39; I have not yet received a Civil Guard Action report as a result of a function I have completed & # 39 ;, said Roy.
& # 39; I really don't think Australians are the kind of people who perform civic guard actions. They just want the system to do justice, that's what they want. & # 39;
Mrs. Roy hopes to have her register appear in early 2020. It is clear that the published data includes names, age, violation and punishment. She has recently launched a collection campaign for the plan.
THE OFFICIAL PLAN OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
Interior Minister Peter Dutton
Prior to the election, the coalition announced that it would invest $ 7.8 million in a pedophile public register in which the names, aliases, dates of birth, suburb and general nature of a perpetrator's crime were published, as well as their photo.
Interior Minister Peter Dutton said at the time that the new register will have people checked & # 39; who is volunteering at the local football club or swimming club & # 39; and & # 39; keep children safe & # 39 ;.
The register will be online and will be established by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC).
The registry receives information from state and territory police, but only if their governments sign it, what they still have to do.
How it will work is not yet set in stone.
Earlier this year, a spokesperson for Mr Dutton said that a & # 39; technical solution & # 39; will be ready for the register one year after a law has been adopted by Parliament.
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