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Tasmanian sex offenders set to undergo cognitive therapy


New laws have been proposed for imprisoned sex offenders in Tasmania requiring them to undergo cognitive behavioural therapy. 

Under the proposed laws, the parole board will consider participation in treatment programs beore deciding whether the prisoner would be eligible for early release.

Katie Doherty reports.


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November 20th 2015
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