Alwyn Wayne Brown

Posted: October 20, 2012 by Serendipity in Location, Western Australia
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UPDATE:  OCTOBER 2015

Supreme Court Justice Peter Martino has ruled Alwyn Wayne Brown to be released under a five-year

strict supervision order. Conditions include that he not have any unsupervised contact with children,

that he be subject to GPS monitoring, and he must submit to routine urine tests.

 

UPDATE:  March 2013

Sentenced to 7 months imprisonment for breaching the supervision order.

 

http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/sex-offender-moves-into-suburbs-20120802-23hag.html

Sex offender moves into suburbs

August 2, 2012 – 12:46PM

Aleisha Orr and Courtney Trenwith

A child sex offender still deemed a “serious danger” to the community has been released on parole to live in a Perth suburb.

Supreme Court Judge John McKechnie said although Alwyn Wayne Brown remained at high risk of committing another serious sexual offence the likelihood could be managed by a supervision order.

He released Brown to live in Melville under strict conditions including that he continue to take anti-libido medication and not have contact with any child aged under 16.

The supervision order will apply for eight years from yesterday.

In his judgement, Judge McKechnie acknowledged there were a number of schools, buses, shopping precincts, sporting complexes and public spaces nearby Brown’s address, which has been suppressed.

The court heard Brown did not deny that he remained a serious danger to the community.

However, he had received counselling to address his “deviant sexual fantasies” and general problem solving.

Since taking anti-libido medication Brown said he had experienced a decrease in sexual fantasies and a diminished excitement from the fantasies he did have.

Under the supervision order, Brown will also have to continue psychiatric treatment and counselling.

He cannot consume alcohol or drugs, must regularly report to police and comply with a curfew for the first six months, and have no contact, directly or indirectly, with any of his victims.

Judge McKechnie recommended Brown’s supervision order be reviewed in two years.

 

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