New Law to Keep Pedophiles out of South East Asian Sex Tourism Market

by admin on December 14, 2017

The Army has revolutionized how it trains sexual assault investigators, and when put into practice, that training is bringing about a culture change, within law enforcement, among victims and suspects and across the force. (DOD photo by Marvin Lynchard)

Child sex offenders will not be able to leave Australia without permission from law enforcement. Australia currently has 200,000 registered child sex offenders, 800 left the country last year and about 40% did not inform authorities.

Parents who require legal assistance for child custody arrangements in Thailand should contact family law experts with decades of experience.

Growing trends for these “child rape holidays” are popular destinations in South East Asia such as Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Not only are these countries cheap to fly to from Australia but have weaker law systems when it comes to child sex crimes.

The new law follows Robert Ellis’s case, a 71 year old who is currently serving a 15 year sentence for multiple sex crimes against children.

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