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According to the latest statistics, 16,295 names appear on the system. ONTARIO Registered sex offenders: 8,229 Non-compliant offenders: 317 (4%) Any discussion about the national sex offender registry must begin in Ontario, the home of Canada’s first-ever registry.
Of those, 1,270 (eight per cent) are considered non-compliant in some way. Launched in 2001, the provincial database is an impressive piece of technology.
If a stranger rapes a woman, police can input her attacker’s description and scan for matches.
“What the registry does is eliminate the three months it used to take to find out what offenders live in the neighbourhood,” says Glenn Woods, a retired RCMP officer who helped build the system. The database has been searched hundreds of times, and although the registry has yet to solve a single crime, the Mounties believe it’s only a matter of time.
Rick Harrington, an OPP officer who works with both registries. It’s just unfortunate that the discrepancy in how we operate leaves some aside.” BRITISH COLUMBIA Registered sex offenders: 1,469 Non-compliant offenders: 134 (9%) The national registry was not designed to be completely retroactive. 15, 2004 (when the system went live) anyone listed on the Ontario version, and anyone else currently serving a sentence for a sex crime, was ordered to comply.
The decision meant that thousands of known pedophiles and rapists were not included because they had finished serving their sentences by December 2004.
A recent Maclean’s investigation uncovered a long list of serious flaws in Canada’s three-year-old sex offender registry. Hundreds more were never added to the system in the first place.
In this web exclusive, provides a region-by-region breakdown of all the shocking problems—and all the warnings that the federal government continues to ignore.
“If those people left Ontario, they wouldn’t have to report to anyone,” says Det.-Sgt.
Ottawa, he said, is going to build its own registry. Each of the 13 regions houses a central registry office run by the RCMP, except in Ontario (the OPP is in charge) and Quebec (Sûreté du Québec).