The Mounties are considering outsourcing the replacement and modernization of the national sex offender registry — and the creation of a proposed new public website — to the private sector.
This is in advance of new legislation, expected this fall, which will toughen penalties for sexual predators.
A spokesman for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the force is taking a “proactive approach” by exploring “possible solutions offered by the private industry” for the creation of a new public website on high-risk child sex offenders, which would replace the current one. It’s also looking to update the current one. Full Article