Safety For Women
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Victim Assistance/ Referral
What are the MAKO/Files Online?
The MAKO/Files Online are Australia's first Free Public Paedophile/ Sex offender registry,
and currently lists
thousands of guilty/ convicted offenders nationwide (Not a complete list of offenders).
98%+ of the offenders listed on the MAKO/Files Online
and MAKO/Files Online - Within The Church, have been convicted by a court of law.
The other 2% have been found or pleaded guilty with no conviction recorded, or insanity pleas.
The MAKO/Files Online also lists Child Killers and individuals convicted of other
forms of child abuse/ NOT only child sexual abuse.
A typical online MAKO/File may include the offenders name, age (2008), photo where possible,
occupation, offence/s committed, sentence
received by the court and the last known location MAKO can verify.
MAKO members receive a written copy of the MAKO/Files listing thousands of offenders
nationwide..Members also receive many of the offender names waiting to have files
done up, and listed online.
How can I get an offender listed on the MAKO/Files?
Please note that we are unable to list an individual on the MAKO/Files Online without
proof of guilt/conviction.
If you would like to see an offender listed on the MAKO/Files Online,send copies of whatever
documentation/ proof you can to regarding
the sex offenders court case/ guilty plea/ convictions/ sentencing/ appeals...Victim
compensation documentation and other case
related material may also be helpful. When you do take an offender to court be sure to
ask for and keep copies of all the
documentation you are entitled to. If you are the victim/ survivor or victims family you
should have been provided with that
information by your lawyer the court or the prosecution. You certainly are entitled to it
as the complaintant/ victim in the case.
Newspaper articles are also useful. Always include the date and source of your information.
You can supply information regarding offenders to MAKO online at firstname.lastname@example.org or post
the information to us. When supplying information to MAKO that was
directly sourced from the internet, be sure to include the web address (url) and direct link
to the page/s where you sourced that particular information from.
Print/ distribute MAKO Awareness/ Prevention Flyers in your community -
Download - (PDF Document)