Attorney-General Suzanne Anton says the Criminal Justice Branch continues to assess whether convicted child-killer Allan Schoenborn will be given a “high-risk” designation.
Such a designation would see Schoenborn locked up indefinitely.
“I’m hoping to hear from them fairly soon but they are doing some studying around it. It’s obviously an issue of great concern to the family and of great interest to Crown.”
Schoenborn was found not criminally responsible for murdering his three children in their Merritt home in 2008, because of a mental illness.
The BC Review Board, in a controversial decision, recently granted Schoenborn escorted day passes out into the community.
Family of the young victims say he remains a dangerous man, and the failure to keep him inside shows the government has let them down.