Court to hear if child offender to face stricter supervision

TWO psychiatrists will give evidence on whether a man who once attempted to abduct a young boy near Ipswich should have stricter conditions imposed on his supervision.

Under dangerous prisoner laws, the Attorney-General can impose strict conditions on dangerous offenders or apply to the Supreme Court to extend their detention.

In September, the court will hear whether Ryan James Fuller should have strict conditions imposed.

Fuller, who has a history of offences against children including grooming and was once jailed for the attempted abduction of a young boy, was previously not allowed to use a device that was connected to the internet.

But in May last year a judge found it disadvantaged him and relaxed this condition, as long as he told Corrective Services whenever he used a device connected to the internet.



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