Family of Chloe Hoson respond to news that her killer Tim Kosowicz is living ...

The family of a five-year-old girl who was throttled to death and molested have been left horrified after finding out her killer is living unsupervised near schools and childcare centres. 

Tim Kosowicz was 22 when he strangled Chloe Hoson and suffocated her with two shopping bags after she entered his caravan to play with a kitten in Lansvale Caravan Park, Sydney's west, in 2003.

He then abused the five-year-old's lifeless body, stuffed her in a duffle bag and dumped her in a nearby creek, but managed to avoid a conviction because he told psychiatrists that voices told him to kill and was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

On Tuesday, the little girl's uncle said that finding out his niece's killer is living among young families in Carlingford, in Sydney's north west, is like a 'slap in the face' to Chloe's memory.

Kosowicz admitted he strangled Chloe (pictured) after she knocked over his bowl of cannabis

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Kosowicz admitted he strangled Chloe (pictured) after she knocked over his bowl of cannabis

'It's got to be wrong. I mean, five schools, daycares in such close proximity,' Peter Chalker told 7 News.

Kosowicz is living in a townhouse, within walking distance of Carlingford West Public, One School's Global Sydney Campus in Oatlands, Carlingford West Kindergarten, The King's School, and Cumberland High School.

He also lives a stone's throw from a number of child care centres.  

Mr Chalker added: 'To me, as her uncle, I feel that it's just a slap in the face to her. They're not caring about the victims.'

Chloe Hoson's uncle Peter Chalker said: 'It's got to be wrong. I mean, five schools, daycares in such close proximity'

Chloe Hoson's uncle Peter Chalker said: 'It's got to be wrong. I mean, five schools, daycares in such close proximity'

Pictured: Tim Kosowicz walking among the community in Carlingford, in Sydney's north-west, last week after being released from a psych hospital

Pictured: Tim Kosowicz walking among the community in Carlingford, in Sydney's north-west, last week after being released from a psych hospital

Kosowicz is living in a townhouse in Carlingford in Sydney's north-west, near schools and child care cenres

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Kosowicz is living in a townhouse in Carlingford in Sydney's north-west, near schools and child care cenres

After local parents said they were horrified to learn the child killer lives near their families, the state government told the network that he could be shifted to a more secure location where his movements can be closely monitored. 

Senior government sources said they are 'less than pleased' with his location so close to school children.

'His privacy counts for nothing,' One Nation NSW Leader Mark Latham said.

'You kill a kid, you lose that. And notify the immediate neighbours - they have got the right to know.' 

Chloe (pictured) was killed after she ran over to her Kosowicz's caravan next door to play with his cat

Chloe (pictured) was killed after she ran over to her Kosowicz's caravan next door to play with his cat

Chloe (pictured) did not die immediately so Kosowicz covered her head in plastic bags and then interfered with her body before she was dumped into a creek

Chloe (pictured) did

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