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The main purpose of this website is to help people protect themselves by giving them a simple 'one-stop-shop' to easily look up and avoid offenders of abuse; No-one should be able to slip back into society to re-offend like nothing ever happened.

- For online dating: Do a background-check on the smooth-talking stranger before putting yourself in danger meeting them.
- For parents: Search the surrounding suburbs before moving your kids to a potentially high-risk area for child abusers.
- For anyone with a son, daughter, mother, father, sister, brother, cousin, friends, or anyone: Help us spread awareness and look after each other.

The secondary purpose of this website is to raise money to put towards various charities, foundations and projects that assist and support survivors of abuse.

Set your own monthly contribution and you can become a champion of our cause, a Guardian, and get full, unlimited access to search our Offender Database with over 1900 offenders already listed and more being added on a regular basis.

Click here to become a Become A Guardian or log in here.


This is not a sex offenders register and should not be mistaken for one.

OFFENDERS EXPOSED is a database to assist the community in being aware and staying safe.

OFFENDERS EXPOSED does not and will not support vigilante action.

This is a database of people who have been convicted of sex offences, child abuse and/or domestic violence offences. They have either pleaded guilty to, or found guilty of, offences against children, partners, former partners, siblings, parents, other relatives and/or members of the community.

A source has been provided to verify authenticity and every effort has been made to ensure the most recent details of the offender are included.

The details of the offenders have been collected over a period of more than 6 years from information that is already available to the public.

Each time a new batch of offenders has been added to the database, we will update the total on the website making it easier for you to keep up to date.

Your membership fees will go towards the running expenses of the website with a large percentage being donated back to the community to further assist survivors of abuse.

The term “Child Pornography” has been replaced with “Child Abuse Material” as per guidelines set by Australian Federal Police (AFP) – https://www.afp.gov.au/news-media/media-releases/afp-urging-parents-keep-children-safe-online-these-school-holidays