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Managing sex offenders in the community

There is significant public concern and interest in the management and supervision of convicted sex offenders in Queensland. This page is designed to provide information about the role of Queensland Corrective Services in monitoring and treating sex offenders both inside and outside prison, and reports and information from other jurisdictions.

Queensland Corrective Services:

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Ministerial statements

Ministerial statements can be accessed in the Media Statements area of this website or at the Queensland Government Ministerial media statements website.

A New Public Protection Model for the Management of High Risk Sexual and Violent Offenders

24 June 2008

The Government has carried out a review of Queensland's public protection legislation in the context of the community’s sustained and valid concerns about high risk sexual and violent offenders.

The Review was wide-ranging and encompassed all legislation and associated arrangements providing for community protection against high risk sexual and violent offenders. The Review Report makes 22 recommendations for reform, which together provide the framework for a new public protection model for Queensland.

Feedback about the report was received until the end of August 2008.

Click here to download the full review (PDF 185KB)

Last updated: 20 August 2015