Canada Edmonton police warn about release of sex offender likely to reoffend

05:41  05 january  2018
05:41  05 january  2018 Source:   edmontonjournal.com

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sex offender likely to reoffend against someone under the age of 16 will be living in the Edmonton area, the Edmonton Police Service is warning .EPS is Thursday. Police say the information is being released so members of the public can take precautionary measures, not to encourage vigilante action.

A convicted sex offender likely to reoffend against someone under the age of 16 will be living in the Edmonton area, the Edmonton Police Service is warning . EPS is seeking a recognizance order on 45-year-old Corey Smith, who will be monitored by the police ’s behavioural assessment unit of EPS

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A convicted sex offender likely to reoffend against someone under the age of 16 will be living in the Edmonton area, the Edmonton Police Service is warning.

EPS is seeking a recognizance order on 45-year-old Corey Smith, who will be monitored by the police’s behavioural assessment unit of EPS, said a news release from police Thursday.

Police say the information is being released so members of the public can take precautionary measures, not to encourage vigilante action.

Police are asking anyone who has information on any breaches of his court-ordered conditions to call the non-emergency line at 780-423-4567.

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Edmonton . Saskatchewan. Prince Edward Island RCMP are warning the public about the release of a convicted sex offender who is considered a high risk to reoffend .

The conditions state that he must not purchase, possess or consume alcohol or illicit drugs including marijuana. He must not enter any licensed premise, other than a dining room for the purpose of having a meal, and must not enter any liquor store. He must not be in possession of weapons, including knives except for eating a meal.

He must not acquire, possess or access pornography or any sexually-explicit material. He must not own, use or possess a computer on any technological device including a cellphone without prior approval. He must not use the internet unless required to for work while at work. He must not be within 100 metres of where children under 18 are likely to congregate and must not be in the presence of  any children under 18 unless accompanied by an adult aware of his criminal history.

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