But Victim Support's chief executive, Gillian Guy, called the report "something of a missed opportunity".
She explained: "It doesn't actually tackle the fundamental problem that however much we try to tweak the system to help victims and witnesses, we are still trying to make it do something it was not designed to do.
"We need to tackle crime and its effects on society in the round - rehabilitation, prevention and caring for those affected are every bit as important as dealing with offenders", she said.
Mrs Payne's eight-year-old daughter was murdered in 2000 by known paedophile Roy Whiting.
Since then she has campaigned for a so-called "Sarah's Law", giving parents the right to know about convicted sex offenders living near them.
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