High risk sex offender, James Conway, is moving to Abbotsford.
The 40 year old is known to prey on young children.
Constable Ian MacDonald says the Abbotsford Police are issuing a rare public notification because they want you to know his name, and his face, and his court ordered conditions.
MacDonald says if you see Conway breaching any of his conditions, call police.
“He is under 24/7 curfew. It is an electronically monitored curfew. He is not to be outside of his residents with the exception of an approved individual for an approved purpose. For the citizens of Abbotsford, it makes it a lot easier knowing that this individual should never be out alone.”
He’s also banned from wearing anything that looks like a uniform.
When Conway was released in February he only made it a week before breaching his conditions.
He violated the terms of his release from prison by sitting next to a teenage girl on a TransLink bus.
He was arrested in April of last year on the sky train wearing clothes with Surrey Fire department logos on them and using a teddy bear to strike up conversations with young girls.
Conway has a criminal history that includes multiple convictions for sexual assault, sexual interference, arson, mischief, and failure to comply with a court order.
He was living in Surrey, prompting outrage from Mayor Linda Hepner.
The Surrey School District also sent home a warning of his whereabouts with students.