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Name: IAN RICHARDSON

Age: 30 yrs old (2011)

State: QLD- Ooralea, 2010

Sentence: Sentenced in 2008 in the Mackay District Court to a two-year suspended jail sentence.
Jailed for two months in 2010 for failing to notify police of his change of address.

Offence/Other: Convicted in the District Court in Mackay in July, 2008, of maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship with a child. Registered on ANCOR (Australian National Child (sex) Offender Register)-must notify police every time he moves locations.

News-"Second offence in eight months"..Convicted child sex offender Ian Richardson was arrested yesterday for failing to report his residential address to authorities for the second time in eight months.
Richardson, 29, unemployed, was convicted in the District Court in Mackay in July, 2008, of maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship with a child and was given a two-year wholly suspended jail sentence.
He was immediately placed on the Australian National Child (sex) Offenders Registry (ANCOR) - Read more below..
Ian Richardson


Child sex offender fails paperwork

Registered child sex offender Ian Richardson has been jailed for two months for failing to notify police of his change of address.
It is the second time Richardson, 28, of Ooralea, has received prison sentences as part of his non-compliance with his reporting obligations as a registered child sex offender.
Part of his Australian National Child (sex) Offender Register obligations include notifying police every time he moves locations.
He was jailed last year and was released from prison on December 22 and had 28 days to tell police about his residential address.
On February 11 this year, at 7.50am, police went to his home and knocked on the door for about 15 minutes before he looked out of the upstairs window to acknowledge them, prosecutor Sergeant Cindy Searle told the Magistrate’s Court.
Duty solicitor Nikki King, of Legal Aid Queensland, said Richardson was not trying to avoid police but had been sleeping.
He failed to notify police after being released from prison because he focused on getting his life back on track and completing some unpaid community service he had to do, Ms King told the court.
“He signed documents on release from prison but he didn’t take notice of them,” she said.
Richardson pleaded guilty to failing to comply with his reporting conditions.
Magistrate Damien Dwyer said Richardson had a flippant attitude towards his obligations.
In jailing him for two months, Mr Dwyer set a parole release date of March 18.
On release from prison he will again have to notify police of where he lives.

Daily Mercury (1-3-2010)
Bruce Mckean
http://www.dailymercury.com.au/story/2010/03/01/child-sex-offender-didnt-read-release-paperwork/

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Second offence in eight months

Convicted child sex offender Ian Richardson was arrested yesterday for failing to report his residential address to authorities for the second time in eight months.
Richardson, 29, unemployed, was convicted in the District Court in Mackay in July, 2008, of maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship with a child and was given a two-year wholly suspended jail sentence.
He was immediately placed on the Australian National Child (sex) Offenders Registry (ANCOR).
As a registered sex offender he has to report to the Child Protection Investigation Unit once a year and notify them of a large number of things including every change of address, change of employment, any associations with children and memberships of clubs.
When he appeared in court yesterday, prosecutor Sergeant Sabine Scott said Richardson acknowledged his reporting obligations in August, 2008.
In May last year he was convicted of failing to meet his reporting obligations.
In September last year he was convicted of two disqualified driving offences and was jailed for three months, suspended immediately for 18 months, and was disqualified from driving for 30 months.
In opposing bail yesterday Sgt Scott said Richardson recently spent one month in a “government detention centre” and when he was released he was notified that he had to report his new address within 28 days.
He allegedly failed to do so.
CPIU officers went to an address at Ooralea yesterday morning, knocked on the door, and there was a very long delay before Richardson answered, Sgt Scott said.
Richardson was not required to enter a plea.
He was granted bail on condition he reports to police daily and notifies them of his residential address.
His case was adjourned to a date in March.


Daily Mercury (12-2-2010)
Bruce Mckean
http://www.dailymercury.com.au/story/2010/02/12/second-offence-in-eight-months/




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