List of Australian criminals

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This is a list of Australian people who have been convicted of serious crimes.

Bank robbers[edit]

Australians convicted of bank robbery:

Drug traffickers[edit]

Australians convicted of drug-related crimes both in Australia and overseas.

Families[edit]

Notable Australian criminal families.

Gangsters[edit]

Fraudsters[edit]

Australians convicted of fraud

Murderers[edit]

Australians convicted of murder.

Serial killers[edit]

Australians convicted of multiple murders

Child sex offenders[edit]

Australians convicted of child sex offences.

Allen Simmons convicted paedophile

  • Robert 'Dolly' Dunn, homosexual paedophile,[99] died in 2009 while serving a 20-year sentence
  • Dennis Ferguson, paedophile who has caused controversy in NSW and Queensland[100] found dead in December 2012[101]
  • Andrew Garforth, convicted of the kidnapping, rape and murder of Ebony Simpson[102]
  • Rolf Harris, Australian entertainer convicted of 12 counts of indecent assault involving underage girls[103]
  • Robert Hughes, actor convicted of ten child sex offences committed against five young girls between 1985 and 1990, sentenced to 10 years 9 months with a non-parole period of six years [104][105]
  • Brian Keith Jones aka "Mr Baldy", serial paedophile, jailed indefinitely in 2006 for breaches of parole[106]
  • Milton Orkopoulos, NSW state MP and child sex offender[107]
  • Patrick Power, Crown prosecutor convicted of possessing child pornography[108]

Rapists[edit]

Australians convicted of rape

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Others[edit]

Australians convicted of other offences

See also[edit]

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