Canada: NOT WANTED – The sex offender next door (Part 1)

Does a convicted and paroled sex offender live in your neighbourhood?

While police occasionally issue public warnings about offenders moving into communities, their addresses are not disclosed. In some cases, such individuals may live in a residential area for months or years without the knowledge of their neighbours. Full Article

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Obviously, Canada will never be able to handle the American-style registry without a lot of bloodshed. It must also be noted that the Canadian registry does’t have nearly as many “registrable” sex offenses, and the age of consent is 16, including texting. (“Sexting” in the US is illegal between adults and teens, even teens who are otherwise legal for consensual sexual activity).

Here are links to Parts 2 and 3.
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What I got from this article? A person can sexually assault 10 little girls in Cambodia, or take on different online personas to lure in youth between ages 12 & 16, and the Canadian government still won’t publicize your information online or restrict where you can live. The police state only exists here in America. Heck, individuals in our country just caught with underage dirty pictures are doing more time than the men depicted in this article.
Again, that’s why these foreign articles are USELESS (sorry moderator) to the typical American registered sex offender who suffers much more than Canucks would ever dream about.

All local and state residents… SUE the f#%$%$$$ BIG for gov officials not keeping you safe and warning you that you are More Likely to be harmed from someone NOT on a listing.
Stop falling for enron tactics of false information & misrepresentation.

It appears to be trolling to say we shouldn’t be concerned with issues outside the US at a time when the IML legislation that affects US registrants being battled in court alters foreign policy. Should we ignore the UN Universal declaration of human rights as well that bolsters our cause? As far as Canada, we should not ignore the great research there that indicates that after 17 crime-free years, a registrant is at the same risk of a sex offense as someone in the general public. Except for Alberta, Canada has a small minority of rightwingers. It seems the difference between these Canadian rightwingers and US rightwingers is that these Canadian rightwingers are tough on crime rightwingers, not religious rightwingers more prevalent in the US. Some of these kooks are calling for an American style registry for repeat offenders. Yet, in the article, its not even clear that the first 2 of the 3 offenders mentioned were reoffenders. It’s a good thing for Canada that rightwing kooks are in such a minority, given the tough on crime kind of kooks they usually are.

“In some cases, such individuals may live in a residential area for months or years without the knowledge of their neighbors.”

Unless of course everyone is willing to empty the skeletons from their closets for all their neighbors to see, in some cases, it’s as it should be. The serial offender is, of course, a horse of a different color. Personally, I think the public has a right to know where ALL serial offenders are, regardless of crime committed. Wouldn’t you want to avoid the serial politician?