The National Sex Offender Registry NSOR is a national registration system for sex offenders convicted of designated sex offences and ordered by the courts to report annually to police. The High-Risk Child Sex Offender Program deals with identifying and monitoring high-risk child sex offenders and investigations on transnational child sex offenders. The database allows police personnel to conduct sophisticated searches based on information that was collected and registered in the database. The RCMP handles the administration and maintenance of the database.
The establishment of a National Sex Offender Registry had been a topic of discussion at various levels of government over a ten-year period. Key amendments include the authority to use the Registry to prevent sexual crimes, the inclusion of vehicle information, and the ability to register persons convicted of equivalent sexual offences abroad and entering Canada. The Act brought some key amendments to SOIRA, including more stringent reporting requirements for sex offenders; a new category of child sex offenders; the inclusion of information on drivers' licences, passports, and travel outside Canada; and the authorization of Canada Border Services Agency CBSA to assist in the prevention and investigation of sexual crime. These three elements combine to create a tool to assist police officers in the prevention and investigation of sexual offences. The Registry allows them to search its contents using established criteria to identify possible suspects residing in the vicinity of the crime.
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The Canadian Press Staff. OTTAWA -- The Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed that Ontario's sex-offender registry regime violates the constitutional rights of people found not criminally responsible for their actions by reason of mental disorder. The decision came Friday in the case of an Ontario man who was found not criminally responsible in June for sexually assaulting his then-wife, and other charges, due to a manic episode. In August , the Ontario Review Board ordered that he be absolutely discharged on grounds that he posed no significant risk to public safety.
We encourage people to keep sending in the names of the child molesters and the newspaper articles or court papers to verify the charges. Submissions can be sent to submit sanc. Please check in often as the list keeps growing with all the names that you have provided. Thank again everyone.