Mcgruff website to find registered sexual offenders
In 80 per cent of child abduction cases, initial contact of an offender with a victim occurs within a quarter mile of the victim’s last known location.
Ontario’s sex offender registry provides police with important and timely information that improves their ability to investigate sex-related crimes as well as monitor and locate sex offenders in the community.
For more information about the OSOR, contact your local police service or the OPP.
You can also contact Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477) if you have information about an offender.
Of those victims who were murdered: The above would also apply to young persons who are resident in Ontario if they were convicted of a “sex offence” and tried or sentenced as an adult for that offence.
Level 1 offenders are required to register for a minimum of 20 years and Level 2 and 3 offenders for life (view details).The Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) produced “Child Sexual Predators: The Familiar Stranger” to educate parents on the topic of sexual abuse.The video includes interviews with four paroled child molesters who provide candid insight into how they preyed on their victims and important information detailing how parents can protect their children.To run a search: Enter the site, select the “I agree” button under Conditions of Use, fill out the Search form, and select “Search.”You can also search registry websites maintained by individual jurisdictions by following the links below.
Note: the information contained in the national registry and the state and tribal registries is identical; the national registry simply enables a search across multiple jurisdictions.This Google™ translation feature is provided for informational purposes only.