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She has told the ABC the best way of keeping children safe is to introduce mandatory sentencing for repeat offenders."Western Australia needs two strikes legislation just like everybody else does," she said.

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"Users almost always pay with credit card; their purchase details are not removed as promised, and include real names and address, which is of course the most important information the users want removed." On Monday afternoon, the company defended the service, and also said it would make it free.

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Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Darryl Noye says he is confident offenders will not be at risk as a result of the site."It is leading Australia in providing parents with what would have been confidential information," he said."Previously they would not have been aware potentially that someone is a reportable offender if that person has access to their children."WA Police Minister Liza Harvey says despite the website, parents need to be vigilant."What I would like to put out there to parents is that there's no substitute for common sense and for parental supervision," she said.

The founder of Bravehearts, Hetty Johnston, doubts the website will work.

The website will provide information on some of the state's most dangerous and repeat child sex offenders, including their photos, names and the suburbs in which they live, although it will not give out specific addresses.