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    The Justice Minister says authorities are keeping an eye on dangerous criminals, after they're out of prison

    The Justice Minister says authorities are keeping an eye on dangerous criminals, after they're out of prison


    Department of Corrections figures show more than five hundred criminals have breached the strict Extended Supervision Orders in the last six years.

    Andrew Little says the detected breaches show the system works.

    He says the orders are broadly supported in parliament and won't be going anywhere.

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