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OffenderWatch, the Largest Sex Offender Registry Network in the U.S., Awarded Contract with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

[watchsystems.com 5/4/18]

COVINGTON, La.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OffenderWatch, the leading public safety sex offender registry network in the United States, is pleased to announce that it will be working with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to modernize the Canadian National Sex Offender Registry. This marks the first time that OffenderWatch, headquartered in Covington, La., has worked with a law enforcement agency outside of the U.S.

OffenderWatch was awarded the contract to modernize the RCMP’s National Sex Offender Registry, following a Government of Canada procurement process. The contract between the RCMP and OffenderWatch is focused on making technical enhancements to the RCMP’s existing national database, and as such, no protected information will leave RCMP premises.

“OffenderWatch has specialized in the sex offender registry space servicing local, state and federal law enforcement partners for nearly 20 years,” said Mike Cormaci, president and co-founder of OffenderWatch. “The flexibility and innovation of our platform allows for comprehensive implementation of the entire country of Canada with features and adaptability not realized before.”

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  1. Mr. TDAL

    So much for the reasoning to reject SORNA via the commerce clause. The courts reasoned that no market existed at all. Offender watch is guilty of freeloading upon public information provided for free via tax dollars. Exploitation for profit not safety.

  2. TS

    From Louisiana no less. Not surprised.

    Wonder if Canadian vigilante stories now will pop up to be read online to go with USA and UK stories of the same type.

    This is a sad export from the USA.

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