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Name: Andrew Timothy Davies (Deceased 7-9-2007)
Age: 45 yrs old (2013)
State:VIC - Ardeer
Sentenced in a VIC Court in July 2002 to an indefinite period
in jail...April 2005 Davies indefinite jail term is
reduced to 11 years non-parole.
Andrew Timothy Davies - Pedophile/ Repeat Offender - Convicted of the abduction and digital rape of two 6 yr old
girls in Nagambi..
Davies has raped 3 girls aged 7 yrs or under,and attacked 2 others..
He has has also been caught loitering in school grounds..
He is now on the Victorian Sex Offender Registry which will be linked to a
National database tracking sex offenders interstate and overseas.
Serial child-rapist Andrew Davies' heart-attack death 'could have been prevented'
A coroner has criticised a company that provides healthcare to Victorian prisoners after a child rapist died
from a heart attack and no properly qualified medical staff were available to examine him.
Sixteen days before he died on September 7, 2007, 39-year-old Andrew Davies went to the medical centre at Ararat
prison and complained of chest pain. An examination showed he had lost blood, but there was no medical follow-up.
In 2002, Davies was jailed indefinitely for the 2001 rape of two six-year-old girls he abducted from a primary school
in Nagambie, in central Victoria. The indefinite jail term was varied on appeal to 16 years, with a minimum 12-year term.
Davies had previously been jailed in 1993 for raping a girl after lying in wait in a school toilet, in 1997 for
loitering at a kindergarten and in 1998 for waiting for a child at a primary school.
About half of Ararat prison's 388 inmates are sex offenders.
When he went to the jail's medical clinic, Davies had chest pains and some difficulty breathing, coroner Audrey
Jamieson said in her recently published finding. He was prescribed paracetamol and given a "rest in cell"
certificate for three days. The next day, the nurse in the clinic – a specialised psychiatric nurse – noted
that Davies continued to have "cold and flu symptoms" and was told to return for follow-up the next day. An
electrocardiogram – a test to detect heart abnormalities – returned a normal result. Davies returned only to
collect prescribed medicines.
On September 4, Davies complained again of chest pain and pain in his arms. An ambulance took him to hospital,
first in Ararat and then to Melbourne, where he went into cardiac arrest and was admitted to the intensive care
unit at St Vincent's Hospital.
At the inquest, a cardiologist testified that Davies had had a minor heart attack the day before he went to the
prison clinic, but this was missed.
Three experts also testified that relying on an electrocardiogram to determine how to respond to chest pain of
a patient is fraught.
One told the inquest that he sees between 200 and 500 tests reported as being abnormal each week, when they are
actually normal. It was less common, he said, to see a normal report actually be abnormal.
Pacific Shores Healthcare provides services at nine Victorian prisons, including Ararat prison, under contract
from the Department of Justice.
Ms Jamieson said its procedures encouraged the nurse to work without guidelines that would have ensured an
She found the nurse incorrectly relied on the machine because he was not properly trained. Although the nurse
was working alone at the time, he could have phoned a supervising manager, Ms Jamieson said.
Pacific Shores has since increased the number of staff working on weekends, and Justice Health - the Justice
Department's health unit - has ordered that all diagnostic tests be reported by an appropriately-trained professional.
The coroner said the healthcare procedures at the prison "lacked rigour", meaning the electrocardiogram was not
reviewed in a timely manner, which in turn denied Davies an appropriate medical assessment. One expert said that
if the procedure had been followed, Davies would have "done extremely well". Ms Jamieson agreed, ruling Davies'
death could have been prevented.
Pacific Shores and Justice Health have adopted new practices in the wake of Davies' death, the coroner noted. She
urged a formal policy be introduced, and recommended there be improved communication between staff.
Justice Health should in turn, the coroner said, change the terms of its service agreement with Pacific Shores and
other health providers to ensure the standard of health care was "at a standard comparable" with primary health
services received by ordinary Victorians.
Sex Fiend Wins Case
ONE of the state's worst sex fiends will one day be back on
the streets after a court threw out his indefinite jail term.
Remorseless sex predator Andrew Timothy Davies - who refused
sex offender treatment - was deemed by a County Court judge
to be such a danger to the community he should be given the
maximum sentence available in Victoria.
Indefinite prison terms are extremely rare and have been given
to only three other rapists.
But the Court of Appeal said Davies, whose attacks on two
six-year-old girls sparked the indefinite sentence, should
be given another chance.
Justices Stephen Charles, Geoffrey Nettle and Hartley Hansen
handed him a new sentence of 16 years with a minimum of 12.
The judges noted Davies, who was 34 when locked up in
December 2002, had spent less time in jail and had not
re-offended on release as quickly as the others given
the indefinite sentence.
They argued that faced with the prospect of at least
12 years behind bars, Davies may change his mind about
The Ardeer tyre fitter has been offending against
children for a decade, with crimes including:
RAPING a girl, 7, in a school toilet block the day
after being given an intensive corrections order
for another crime and while serving a
community-based order in 1993.
ABUSING another girl, aged 5, in a different
school toilet block two weeks later.
BEING caught inside a primary school girls'
toilet block in 1998 while serving a community-based order.
RAPING two girls, aged 6, after forcing them
into an empty school classroom in a country
town in May 2001, 18 months after being freed from jail.
Davies pleaded not guilty to the last crime
but was convicted by a jury in 2002 of two
counts of rape and two counts of abduction.
County Court Judge Bill White jailed Davies
for an indefinite period with a nominal non-parole
period of 11 years for the double rape, saying his
chances of rehabilitation were slight at best.
It was clear fixed jail terms had not deterred
Davies in the past, he said.
Herald Sun (22-4-2005)
Serial Sex Offender Wins Appeal
Serial child molester Andrew Timothy Davies
today won an appeal against an indefinite jail
sentence imposed for his depraved attack on two
six-year-old girls in Victoria.
A county Court judge jailed Davies indefinitely in
December 2002 for the rape of the two girls in an
empty primary school classroom in the central
Victorian town of Nagambie in 2001.
The judge described the attack as "appalling and abhorrent".
Davies, 36, had a record of 29 prior offences which
included offences against three small children.
Today, the Victorian Court of Appeal dismissed
Davies' appeal against conviction but allowed
his appeal against the indefinite sentence.
The court re-sentenced Davies to 16 years jail
with a minimum of 12 years.
In the judgment, the court, presided over by
Justice Stephen Charles stated: "The power to
sentence to an indefinite period, is, as has
already been seen, one that the courts have
repeatedly stressed must be confined to very exceptional cases."
Man Who Preyed On Children faces Life behind Bars
Depraved sexual predator Andrew Timothy Davies looks set to
spend the rest of his life behind
bars after being jailed yesterday
for an indefinite period.
Davies criminal history history of preying
on young girls and refusals to accept
treatment led a judge to make him
the fourth Victorian to receive the
maximum available penalty.
Yesterday, he rocked slightly from
side to side and occasionally crossed
his arms as County Court Judge Bill
White told him his conduct delved the
depths of depravity.
The short 34-year-old tyre fitter
from Ardeer was convicted this year
of stalking, abducting and then digitally raping two six-year-old girls in a
Victorian country town.
"It could be said that words are
inadequate to describe your criminal
conduct," Judge White said.
"(The girls) were forced to endure
disgraceful sexual abuse in order to
satisfy your depraved sexual desires."
The crimes have led to the breakdown
of the marriage of one of the girl's
parents and damaged the victims,
families and their small community.
Outside court, Sen-Det Michael
Burns, who investigated the latest
case, said the families of the two girls
were satisfied with the sentence.
"It would be fair to say that these
offences have caused a great amount
of damage, not just to the girls
involved, (but) to their families and
-to that community of, that small
country town," Sen-Det Burns said.
"Those offences were, over in a
matter of minutes, but the ripple
effect that's taken place is ongoing,
and will be for sometime."
Judge White set a nominal minimum sentence of 11 years, after which
Davies can apply to, the court for
parole. But the Judge, who may not be
involved in that hearing, indicated
Davies prospects looked dim.
Judge White referred to Davies'
frequent breaching of previous
court orders, his not guilty plea to
the latest offences and his refusal
to take part in programs for sexual
offenders while in prison.
"This is not indicative of 'any
desire for rehabilitation or expression of remorse," he said.
"I find the rehabilitation prospects of the prisoner to be, slight
Judge White detailed Davies'
crimmal career, focusing on the
string of sexual offences that have
brought him before the courts.
As a 17-year-old, Davies grabbed
a seven-year-old girl on a suburban
street and tried to drag her away.
The next year, be digitally raped a
seven-year-old girl in a country
town's primary school toilets. He
was on a smoke break during a
court enforced treatment program.
Nine days later, in almost identical circumstances, he sexually
assaulted a five-year-old girl.
For those offences, he was jailed
for a maximum of 3 1/2 years, but was
released on parole after two years
and four months despite warnings
that he would offend again.
"Unfortunately, the predictions of
potential re-offending have come to
pass," Judge White said yesterday.
After his release, Davies was
caught stealing $1.57 (in 1c and 2c
pieces) from Mordialloc Primary
School and given a community
based order for being a sex offender loitering at a school.
The next year he was caught in
the female toilets of Sunshine Primary School and was jailed for at
least nine months.
Davies refused to do a sex offender program and served the maximum term of 15 months.
"It is clear that definite sentences
have failed, to date, to deter the
prisoner from further serious sexual
offending," Judge White said.
"Accordingly, other sentencing
options need to be considered."
What They Said
"People like you are a pest to the
community... you blame everybody
else tor your failures. If (you do not
change) you are going to finish up in
very, very serious trouble."
- Judge Joseph 0'Shea,
sentencing Davies in 1993.
"He points to a relatively light
sentence as being evidence that the
offending was not that bad. This is obviously a major concern."
- Forensic psychologist
Ian Joblin in 1995.
"He offered nothing to convince (me)
that he will not re-offend."
- Community corrections officer
Angela Sharp in 1996.
"Mr Davies tends to be hostile and,
Psychologist David Ball in 1998.
Child rapist not capable of rehabilitation, judge told
A serial child rapist was not capable of rehabilitation and should be jailed indefinitely, the County Court heard yesterday.
Andrew Timothy Davies was found guilty by jury verdict in June of the rape and abduction of two girls in a Nagambie primary school last year.
It was the fourth time that Davies, 34, formerly of Ardeer, had been convicted of sex offences in schools and kindergartens.
Raymond Gibson, on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions, said the crimes were "predatory in nature... against small, vulnerable children".
Mr Gibson said: "He will not reform. His past indicates that he is not prepared to avail himself of the opportunities given to him by the courts."
He said Davies refused to participate in a sex offender program while in prison, where he arranged to live with another prisoner, who was jailed for incest, when both were released.
In July, the Director of Public Prosecutions asked Judge Bill White to take the rare step of jailing Davies indefinitely. If he agrees, Davies would become only the fourth person in Victoria to be jailed under indefinite sentencing.
Mr Gibson said the abductions and rapes of the girls were "at the highest level of seriousness" and that imprisonment was unlikely to deter Davies from reoffending.
"One could say he is clearly in denial about his reoffending and... he has difficulty modifying his behaviour," Mr Gibson said.
Davies' "perverse curiosity" led him to commit the offences. He claimed to have been subjected to abuse from family members.
Benjamin Lindner, for Davies, said his client's criminal record "paled into insignificance" compared with the three other men - Kevin John Carr, Geoffrey John Moffatt and Anthony John Carolan - who have been sentenced indefinitely since the legislation was introduced in 1993.
Mr Lindner said Carr had 57 prior convictions from 22 court appearances over 18 years, appearing before the court five times for sex offences.
Davies had 29 prior convictions in 11 court appearances over seven years and "only four" of these convictions were of a sexual nature, Mr Lindner said.
Mr Gibson said there was nothing to suggest that Davies suffered from any sort of mental illness. Mr Lindner said his client had an IQ of 80 and had a personality disorder.
Judge Joseph O'Shea described Davies as "a pest to the community" and warned him to take "an about-turn" or face "very, very serious trouble."
Davies' pre-sentence hearing is expected to continue today.
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