"It remains every womans greatest fear that she may be attacked by a stranger while alone," she said.
"General deterrence is of considerable importance in a case such as this.
Snr Const Ward said Tally had been issued with and signed two sets of paperwork concerning his rights and obligations as a reportable offender, which were also explained to him - one of those being that he had to seek consent from the Commissioner before trying to change his name.
But earlier this year, Tally made an application to the New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages to have his surname changed to Taliana.
In imposing a slightly higher sentence than that sought by prosecutors, Judge Sexton said Taupin had been identified as having a sexual deviancy with a high-to-moderate risk of reoffending and he would require a sex offenders treatment program while in custody.
Judge Sexton sentenced Taupin to a maximum of nine years and three months jail with a minimum of seven years.
"He wanted to change back to the original family name and wanted to move on," he said.
Prosecutors had sought a range of seven to nine years.
Taupin, who was unemployed at the time of the assaults, pleaded guilty to one charge of rape, nine charges of indecent assault, recklessly causing injury, assault and making a threat.
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News (30-7-2012)- "Sex offender tried to change name" A convicted sex offender has faced court after trying to change his surname without the consent of the Police Commissioner."The offence itself is quite a significant breach." Lawyer Warren Highland said his client was not aware he had to ask the Commissioner's permission to change his name and only found out when the registry told him.