A number of agencies work together to ensure public safety and prevent crime by high risk offenders. These groups include:
- government (including corrections)
- Crown prosecutors
- community agencies
Together these groups manage and monitor high risk offenders in the community with tools like:
- risk assessments
- release plans
- supervision arrangements with strict conditions
If you have immediate concerns about a high risk offender in your community, contact your local police service or RCMP detachment.
Updates and use
After the police issue a public notice, the offender will be added to this list.
This list is posted to help:
- inform you about high risk offenders who live in your community
- encourage you to take suitable precautions to ensure your safety
Only designated high risk offenders who present a significant safety risk to the public are included on this list; not all dangerous or serious offenders are included.
An offender’s information will be removed when they:
- have not been convicted of an offence for 12 months, and
- are no longer under court-ordered supervision
Information is also removed if an offender is:
- sentenced to serve 2 years or more, or
All offender information is released under Alberta’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Before a notice is released, the offender is advised that their information will be made public. If they want to challenge the accuracy or nature of the information, they can appeal to a chief of police or RCMP “K” Division commanding officer.
If you use the information on this page in any way to injure, harass or commit a criminal act against someone listed, you may be subject to criminal prosecution.
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