A sexual abuse charity says it's worried sex offenders are continuing to pose a risk to children - despite concerns being raised about them.
One in Four notified Tusla of 91 child abuse allegations last year and 12 victims agreed to make full statements.
It claims eight of the allegations weren't pursued, and only one alleged offender is being monitored.
Executive Director Maeve Lewis says this is very worrying.
"These are all people who have made very substantial allegations to us in the course of their therapy - and we would be very concerned as to why they're unfounded, why cases were not investigated.
"(There) may well be children who are at risk, even though the information has been given to Tusla".
Tusla has denied the claim it didn't investigate eight of the allegations brought to it.
It says it can't compel people to make a disclosure against their wishes.