She said Allwood would pose a real risk of further offending once released. With time already spent in custody, he will be eligible to apply for parole on July 14.
Allwood also pleaded guilty to failing to comply with his reporting obligations as a registered sex offender and was sentenced to six months prison, to be served concurrently with the two-year head sentence.
News (14-5-2012)- "Paedophile likely to offend again"- AN IPSWICH paedophile will pose a real risk of reoffending once he is released from jail for stalking a teenage girl, Ipswich District Court heard.
In March the court heard Allwood told his victim he had an 18-year-old friend named David and pretended to be him in some of the texts.
Crown prosecutor Sarah Maleckas told the court the girl and her family were scared and distressed by Allwood's "grooming" behaviour.
Allwood pleaded guilty to unlawful stalking in March and the case was adjourned until Friday for his defence to obtain a psychiatric report.
provided with access to Sex Offender Registries by the Federal or State government/s..Most of you would agree with us that jail is the best place for convicted sex offenders.FACT is that many live in unsuspecting communities including near schools/playgrounds etc..