Calls for extended sentence to protect community from triple murderer
Triple serial killer Reginald Arthurell will walk free next month after serving 23 years of his 24-year sentence.
The NSW Parole Authority decision has prompted calls from victims advocacy groups to consider either an extended supervision order or a continuing detention order.
Victims of Crime President, Howard Brown, says an extended supervision order would allow the community to be protected, with police ensuring high-risk offenders are monitored.
He’s told John Stanley these types of orders can help when lengthy sentences don’t do enough to protect the community.
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