http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...8217-information/story-fnihsrf2-1226668958989 [The article above is in the Courier Mail which has recently introduced pay-to-view articles. I can't find the article on news.com.au or any others news website yet, but hopefully by tomorrow it will be available. For now, you should be able to read it at the link above.] :clap: :clap: :clap: Happy dance!! This is MASSIVE for Queenslanders, and hopefully the start of more improvements and legislation to protect our communities. QUEENSLANDERS could be emailed photos of dangerous sex offenders who live nearby under moves being considered by the State Government. And for the first time, parents may be able to stay a step ahead of predators by obtaining a background check of a person who has regular contact with their children. If Queensland introduced the laws, it would be only the second state in Australia to do so, however, the UK and states in the US have similar legislation. HOW OTHER SYSTEMS WORK California - Megan's Law * A person can search for a sex offender by name, or those living near a city, park or school. * Anyone can look at the information on its Justice website, which includes a photo and * The public has been able to view information on sex offenders since 1994. Prior, the information was available by visiting police stations and sheriff offices or by calling a 900 toll-free number * The Department of Justice is required by law to score the risk of eligible sex offenders.