Police blunders cause pedophiles to wipe their administration clean and to roam the streets – putting children at serious risk
- Many pedophiles have not been checked due to a systematic error from 2002
- People from the child protection register were abandoned up to seven years early
- One man was released from the system and exposed to a child weeks later
A series of police blunders has led dangerous pedophiles to walk on the street – putting children at risk.
A two-year report from the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) has uncovered the careless maintenance of the child protection register in New South Wales – with errors already reported in 2002.
Monitoring and information about perpetrators has been wrongly removed from their records.
In one case, a man was removed from the register for five years at the beginning of 2015 – only to masturbate for a young girl a few weeks later, the Daily telegram reported.
The errors uncovered by the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission have led to a series of miscalculations that determine how long people should stay in the registry and be removed from the period for up to seven years
Other perpetrators remained in the register for too long.
Due to a lack of communication between the police and corrective services, the police were not even informed when someone was released on bail during the resuscitation – which made offenders free and unmonitored.
The series of errors was discovered after a manual audit in 2014.
The resuscitation is intended to control sex offenders and requires them to report their work, relationships and movements to the police and to be able to search their personal belongings at any time.
It is understood that no specific officials will be mentioned in the forthcoming report, but rather that recommendations will be made for the system as a whole.
CPR employees apparently tried to inform the higher police in 2014 before the LECC started their investigation.
NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has received an early version of the report and said the police are working on solving the problem.
In 2015 a man exposed himself to a young girl and despite this action he was removed from the resuscitation a few weeks later
& # 39; We note the content of the draft report and the subsequent recommendations and will consider them in due course, he said.
& # 39; Our priority has been and remains the safety and well-being of children and the community and to protect them against risks and serious damage.
& # 39; The management of convicted child sex offenders plays an important role in fulfilling this priority, which is reflected in the number of additional functions created for specific resuscitation tasks. & # 39;
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