Last year, Ward and his staff implemented a system of random checks that will ensure each offender is visited by police six months after he registers. To view this site properly, enable cookies in your browser.
Brian James, a member of that unit James has since transferred to another division. Every convicted sex offender in Ontario is automatically added to the system, and investigators across the province can log on and see exactly how many people in their region are following the rules.
It is up to those offices to ensure the compliance of local sex offenders.
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It is up to those offices to ensure the compliance of local sex offenders. By Michael Friscolanti January 14, Of all the problems with the national registry, nothing bothers Ontario more than the discretionary inclusion rule.
Ottawa, he said, is going to build its own registry. Rick Harrington, an OPP officer who works with both registries. The decision meant that thousands of known pedophiles and rapists were not included because they had finished serving their sentences by December That must be done separately—on a Rolodex, for example, or on a wall calendar.
Like many jurisdictions, Alberta also has a hard time conducting compliance checks. Individual registrants are then assessed to determine whether they pose a relatively low, moderate or high risk of re-offense, based on application of elements such as the characteristics of the sex offense or offenses they committed, their offense history and other criteria such as response to treatment and community support.
Marshall, who was visiting his father in Houlton, Me. Almost one in five registered sex offenders is non-compliant in some way. Launched in , the provincial database is an impressive piece of technology.