An Act respecting the registration of information relating to sex offenders, to amend the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other Acts. Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:. If they are required to report to a registration centre designated under the National Defence Act , they shall report in person unless regulations are made under paragraph Marginal note: Compliance before leaving Canada. Marginal note: Subsequent obligation to report.
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Neil Bantleman issued a brief statement saying the government of Indonesia, where he once worked and had expected to spend more than a decade in prison, had recently allowed him to go free. His return to Canada marks the end of a lengthy saga that centred around a prestigious international school in the Indonesian capital and ultimately involved considerable legal wrangling as well as lobbying from Canadian government officials. Bantleman, who is from Burlington, Ont. He was initially convicted and handed a 10 year prison sentence, but was released after the decision was overturned.
Child sex offenders in U.S. now identified on passports. Will Canada follow suit?
A new federal law in the United States now requires convicted sex offenders in that country to turn over their passports for ones with a unique identifier branding them as such. In early November, the U. State Department began to revoke the passports of registered child sex offenders. It also announced that other offenders would still be permitted to travel with their existing passports until they received a notification in the mail from the department saying their travel documents were invalidated. Diefenbaker International Airport who applauded the change.
The Parole Board of Canada has decided to allow a convicted sex offender under a long-term supervision order back into society with a reprimand rather than keeping him in custody after several alleged breaches of his release conditions, as Kingston police have declined to lay charges in the matter. According to parole board documents, year-old Lucas Petrini abducted a nine-year-old child in Brampton, Ont. After serving a decade in prison, Petrini was released in Kingston in November with a long-term supervision order that carried several conditions meant to restrict his movement within society for 10 years. According to the documents, Petrini was deemed at high risk to re-offend.