A country that chemically castrates paedophiles has gone one step further by publishing pictures, names and addresses of all convicted child sex attackers after their release from jail.
Kazakhstan also mentions the age of the victim in these publications, in a move intended to shame the criminals and protect children from future attacks.
A web map and data from the country's general prosecutor's office shows the location of 234 'potentially dangerous paedophiles' after their release.
It is officially called 'Map of individuals convicted for committing crimes against the sexual integrity of the underaged'.
Ex-Soviet state Kazakhstan has created a database featuring the names, photos and addresses of convicted paedophiles who have been released from jail. Vadim Strelkov (left) and Igor Trusov (right) are among those on the database
Timur Musin (left) served 12 years for abusing a two year old. Parents will be able to see his information - along with that of 234 other paedophiles who have been released from jail - in order to check if a convicted paedophile is living nearby. Sergei Sheychyuk (right), 58, was convicted of raping a 12-year-old girl
A linked database gives details of these child sex attackers now living in the community - including a gruesome gallery of their pictures.
The aim is to allow parents to check if a convicted paedophile is living nearby.
Some 1,600 convicted paedophiles are serving jail sentences in Kazakhstan, official figures show.
Since 2018 the country has carried out chemical castration on 11 newly convicted child sex abuses, with injections intended to continue for life.
The moves have seen the ex-Soviet republic gain a reputation as one of the toughest countries for punishing such criminals.
A government website from the Committee on Legal Statistics states: 'In recent years, the problem of sexual violence has sharply exacerbated.
'The facts of such violence against children are especially terrible.
Aldamzhar Abdilov (above) is the oldest convicted paedophile on the government's list at 79. Two years ago he was convicted of abusing a five-year-old girl and served no jail time, instead being banned from leaving his home area for five years
'The reasons and conditions are caused by a number of problems of a moral and legal nature.
'In this regard, the state has taken measures to reduce this type of crime.'
Among those on the list of shame are Talgat Bokhayev, 59, who sexually abused children aged six and seven, leading to a four-year sentence.
He was released from jail in 2018.
Vadim Strelkov, 31 - now married - served ten years in a strictly regimented penal colony for a sex attack on a 12 year old when he was 18.
Igor Trusov, 60, sexually abused an eight year old, and was released in 2018 after a seven year sentence.
Timur Musin, 32, served a dozen years in jail, for abusing a two year old.
While Sergei Shevchyuk, 58, was jailed for a decade for raping a girl, 12 and Turegaz Tekebayev, now 34, molested a five year old when he was 18.
The oldest on the list is Aldamzhar Abdilov, 79, who two years ago was convicted of abusing a child, five.
He was not jailed but banned for five years from leaving his home area.
Another recently released sex offender was Akhado Akhmetov, 45, who raped a nine-year-old girl.
But one man has been removed from the list after denying that he was ever convicted of gang rape, which the database stated he had been.
The man, named Kenzhebek, complained: 'I have a family, relatives, acquaintances.
'What will they say?
Since 2018, Kazakhstan has had the power to chemically castrate convicted paedophiles as a dramatic punishment for their crimes and an attempt to prevent reoffending. Turegaz Tekebayev (left), now 34, molested a five year old when he was 18 and appears on the Kazakh government's list of convicted child molesters. Another recently released sex offender included in the database is Akhado Akhmetov (right)
'My children are ashamed to look me into the eyes.
'I don't understand where this information came from.
'My photo and all