Longer and more appropriate sentencing for convicted child sex offenders
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The current sentencing regime in Queensland has failed to deter serial child sex offenders and has in many cases pardoned them or given them freedom too soon, this is inappropriate for the severity of the crime and is not working to deter child predators from reoffending. The sentencing regime must reflect the gravity and long term impact on child victims and their families. The physchological effects such as depression, self esteem issues and low self worth and lack of confidence through life render the abused chidren helpless, they then become a burden on state disability system as they require a disability pension.
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