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Matthew Guy wary of “mob justice” amid plans to open up the Sex Offender register

NEIL MITCHELL
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People will be able to apply to access information on the Sex Offenders register under a State Opposition plan.

Currently, the register can only be accessed by people with police accreditation.

But Matthew Guy’s proposal would allow anyone to apply to the Commissioner for information.

Mr Guy told Neil Mitchell the information needs to be accessed in good faith.

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Successful applications will receive details of serious sex offenders, including a picture.

Penalties of up to 10 years’ imprisonment will apply for misuse of the information acquired.

“It is there for people to use in a sensible way,” Mr Guy said.

“You can’t go around and just run mob justice.”

 

NEIL MITCHELL
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