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Please see our Commenting Policy for more. Winnipeg police and the Manitoba RCMP are warning the public of a convicted sex offender with a long rap sheet who was released on Monday. Curtis Leroy George, 28, was released from Stony Mountain Institution after serving a sentence for criminal harassment. He was handed a two-year sentence for stalking, following, harassing and exposing himself to an adult woman, around her workplace and at nearby buildings. Police said he is considered a high-risk to re-offend in a sexual manner against women and female youths. George has a lengthy criminal record, said police, including a of violent and sexual offences.
Danton Unger Editorial Producer - Digital. WINNIPEG -- A Manitoba committee tasked with determining if the public needs to be notified about a sex offender has released a report giving the province a look at the offenders and the victims involved.
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The Community Notification Advisory Committee CNAC is a group of representatives from Manitoba Justice, corrections and Manitoba police agencies, along with medical or therapeutic practitioners and civilian members. The committee was created in to review sex offender cases referred to it by police agencies, and recommend if the public should be notified about a sex offender.
On Friday, the committee released its report giving Manitobans a look at the cases it has reviewed. CNAC has had cases referred to it between June and the end of Decemberwhich include offenders — all of whom were men ranging from the ages of 16 to Most had extensive criminal records involving sexual assaults or other violent crimes.
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Most of the offenders 90 were labelled as sexual aggressors — someone whose victims are mostly adults. There were 73 who were labelled as pedophiles, and four were labelled as incest offenders — someone who targets relatives who are usually children. In the majority of the cases, the offenders were still incarcerated when the CNAC made its recommendations — though in one of the cases referred to the NAC was thrown out because the offender had left the province, and three other cases were not considered after being withdrawn by the lead police agency.
Of the cases, CNAC has recommended full public notification in cases, limited notification in 22 cases, targeted 39 cases, and no notification in 31 cases. CNAC said there were different victims in these cases, of whom were women or young girls.
The report shows victims in the cases referred to the agency were children years-old or younger — 98 of whom were girls and 89 of whom were boys. There were cases involving youth victims between the ages of 12 and 17 — including 93 girls and 27 boys. The report shows there 98 cases involving adult victims, including 95 women and three men.
There were 30 cases were the age is unknown. CNAC said in most of the cases 59 per centthe offenders knew their victims at the time.
In 50 cases, the offenders were a stranger to their victims, and in 15 cases, the victims included both people the offenders knew and others they did not. The report provided information on the cases referred to CNAC in and — the most recent information available.
There were eight cases inand four cases in CNAC recommended the public be notified about each of these cases. While the committee makes recommendations, it said police agencies are not required to follow them.
The offenders in these cases — all of whom were men ranging in the ages of 24 to 55 — were expected to live in or around Winnipeg. CNAC said there were other measures recommended in two cases, and three cases were withdrawn.
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