Normal parole for Queensland female sex offender
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A female sex offender will be subject to normal parole arrangements after a court dismissed the Attorney-General’s bid to have her declared a dangerous sexual offender.
Jan-Maree Dunlop, 55, was jailed in 2002 for helping her then-husband rape a 10-year-old girl in Gladstone.
Justice David Jackson on Monday dismissed an application to limit Dunlop’s parole under the Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act after the Brisbane Supreme Court heard forensic psychiatrist Dr Michael Beech placed her risk of reoffending between one and three per cent, despite her persisting dependent personality disorder.