More than 500 dangerous criminals subject to orders enabling authorities to strictly monitor them amid fears of reoffending within the community have breached their conditions in the last six years.

New figures from the Department of Corrections released under the Official Information Act reveal that of the criminals subject to Extended Supervision Orders since 2014, 510 have been charged with breaching their conditions.

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