People Against Intentional Neglect


Where " Child Abuse Prevention " Is Our First Priority.


About About About
People Against Intentional Neglect P.A.I.N.
Is an Australian Registered and run Charity since 2013.
That Raises Awareness for Child Abuse Prevention in Australia and across the World.

We believe at P.A.I.N. that Every Day is Child Abuse Prevention Day,

P.A.I.N. was Founded in 2012 by Ron Waters.
A Father and Grandfather. A Survivor of Institutional Sexual Abuse as a Child for many, many Years.
Ron created P.A.I.N. to reduce the dramatic escalating statistics of Child Abuse in Australia.
Child Abuse is currently a Pandemic in Australia. With a recorded average of 370,000+ Children Abused in 2017.

At P.A.I.N. we offer,
* Awareness.
* Advocacy.
* Advice.
* Support.

At P.A.I.N. we,
* Listen.
* Believe.
* Respond.
* Do Not Judge.
* Support.

In Australia We have had a 500% increase in Recorded Child Abuse Cases, Nationally. Over the past 4 Years.

With a History that dates back Decades of Child Abuse from Institutions, Churches, Services provided by the Australian Government to Protect Children.

Australian Royal Commission's have clear Evidence of a Failure in the Governments behalf when it comes to Duty Of Care.

An accountability and hefty sentence are needed for all People Involved in the Abuse and keeping it Secret.

A Sentence of No Less than 15 Years should be imposed to any Person who Abuses a Child.

If that Person is a Person of Authority who has been given the role to Protect that child, then an extra 15 Years not concurrent shall be added to the Sentence with No Parole.

If an offender is Released and commits another crime a Sentence No Less than Life In Prison is to be served.

I urge You to get Serious about Child Protection in Australia.

And to show Australia says No.

We demand that We have Penalties that deter Predatory Behaviour and Crimes.

We The People of Australia.

The Fathers and Mothers, Aunties and Uncles, Grandfathers and Grandmother's, Brothers and Sisters.

Demand that The Australian Government and Law Makers.

Take there Role of Protecting Our Future Seriously.

And by doing this, set a standard Second to None.

Prime Minister. Australia doesn't want to be known as the Predator Safe Haven of the World any longer.

It is up to You as Our Leader to address this Pandemic. And Lead Australia to a Safer, Fairer Future for all.



We offer Support in various ways, * Personal Support. * Court Support. * Family Support.

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We Advocate for Children during Appointments with Family Services, Child Protection, Lawyers, Court.

Public Speaking.

P.A.I.N. believes Awareness is the Key to Prevention. Prevention Saves Lives. We host and speak at many Rallies, Events to Raise Awareness for Child Abuse Prevention in Australian Communities. Public speaking in Community Town Halls and Schools. Awareness is the " KEY "


1800 WE PREVENT - 1800 937 738. Prevention Hotline. Toll Free Australia Wide. 24/7


Ron Waters

Founder/International Managing Director

Ron Waters is a Father and a Grandfather, married for 21 years. A Survivor of Institutional Abuse in Queensland in the 80's and 90's. Ron created P.A.I.N. in 2012. To create a Service that offers everything that was missing as He was growing up in a Life full of Abuse, by those put in place to Protect. Ron is a Forgotten Australian. Ron is very passionate about bringing an end to Child Abuse.

Shaun Hartley


Manny Ellul

Management Team Member


William Coleman

Management Team Member

John Wagner

Team Member

Evelyn Griffin

Team Member

Nick Saberton

Team Member

Leadership 2018

Ron Waters ( Founder/ CEO ) 
With assistance from P.A.I.N. Team.
Shaun Hartley. ( Treasurer )
Manny Ellul ( Queensland Director )

Ron is still in the Team as the Founder, P.A.I.N. is very important to Ron.

Child Abuse Prevention Is Priority

Make It Yours

Children are Our Future. By Protecting Our Children. We Protect Our Future.


  • Murray Bridge SA, Australia
  • We are Australia wide, Head Office in Murray Bridge, South Australia.
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