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Before a child sex offender is released from prison, careful planning is undertaken to reduce the likelihood of reoffending.

* A list of qualifying offences is available on the CSO Register Factsheet (PDF 357KB) The information on the registered person is used to paint a picture of what is happening in the life of that person.Corrections probation officers and Police case managers work with these people to develop a plan for their full reintegration back into the community, with the aim of supporting them to maintain a low-risk lifestyle and protecting the community where appropriate.More information on how decisions are made about releasing people from prison is available on the Department of Corrections website.It is a tool to help Police and Corrections staff with the monitoring of people who have offended in the past, with the aim of preventing re-offending and keeping children safe.Sexual offending against children causes significant and long lasting harm to victims, their families, and the community.That’s why the Child Sex Offender Register was introduced.

When people on the register come out of prison, they have to report a range of personal details to the register – for example their address, their motor vehicle details, details of children living in their household, internet provider details, any websites they administer.

In the interests of child safety, those people who have been convicted of child sex offences and are now living back in the community, are monitored by authorities.

In the past there was very limited information available to authorities on where these people were living and what was happening in their lives that might trigger reoffending.

Information about people on the register can be shared with specific agencies (Ministry of Social Development, Housing New Zealand, Department of Internal Affairs and Customs), in the interest of public safety.

These agencies can also provide information on the registered person to Police and Corrections.

The public does not have access to the information held on the register.