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With the recent passing of Bill S-2 by the Federal Conservatives inclusion in the Sex Offender Registry will be automatic.
Judges will no longer have the discretion to not place an individual on the registry.
He has been researching international sex offender registries for 10 years, and uses the example of the case of 10-year-old Holly Jones, who was abducted and murdered in Torontoin 2003.
The perpetrator ended up being someone who wasn't on Ontario's registry.
Going through the registry takes police resources that would otherwise be spent investigating clues and tips and going door to door Four weeks after the disappearance of Holly Jones the Ontario government announced that itwould give Toronto police an extra 0,000 to monitor sex offenders.
The most prevalent threat to the public comes from those who have not yet offended or have not yet been identified and caught." Canadian politicians are certainly not ignorant of the research; much of it having been established by its own departments.Rather, some politicians have chosen to simply disregard the evidence in their bid to appear tough on crime and they do so by exacerbating society’s fears and misconceptions.It has been said by some that the registry will help police investigations. In 2004, Richard Zubrycki, then special adviser to the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada, had advised the government against this type of sex offender registry.Unfortunately, these resources would have been wasted even if they were distributed a year before the disappearance of Holly Jones- Michael Briere, the individual responsible for the murder of Holly Jones, never had a criminal conviction and so would never have been on the sex offender registry.When a seven-year-old American girl named Somer Thompson vanished in 2009 police immediately questioned registered sex offenders living in the area.