The husband of the woman who was raped and murdered by Tony Robertson says he is dismayed by the inquiry's findings.
Antonio Gotingco says the family remains of the view that Corrections is simply not able to manage high risk offenders or the worst one percent.
"These offenders require a level of management beyond the Department's capability, hence … we are firmly of the view that the mismanagement of Robertson enabled him to commit this heinous crime."
In a statement to Newshub the Gotingco family says "the report fails to examine or acknowledge the escalation of Robertson's criminal behaviour once released. There were multiple signals and breaches that any high risk sex offender expert would have read as opportunities to ultimately stop Blessie being murdered.
"Each breach was an opportunity to save her."
Blessie Gotingco (Supplied)
Blessie's family maintains there are multiple examples throughout the report that highlight systemic failures with respect to Robertson’s management; including downgrading his risk assessment from high to medium.
The family says to state the downgrade did not have any effect is "absolutely incorrect."
"Any expert will tell you that it would have had a positive effect on Robertson...he would have seen this as an acceptance and confirmation that this lies are working."