Another day, another high-risk sex offender released to the public.
Less than two years ago, Surrey’s then-Mayor Dianne Watts said convicted sex offender Jeffrey Goddard never should have been released in the first place after violating probation.
Now, only ten months after being re-arrested, the 25-year-old is planning on living in Vancouver.
His lengthy criminal history includes but is not limited to; sexual assault, attempting to lure children, and impersonating a peace officer.
He is subject to 22 court-ordered conditions.
GODDARD is subject to close monitoring by authorities and 22 court-ordered conditions including:
- Must obey a curfew between the hours of 9:00 pm and 6:00 am
- Shall not communicate directly or indirectly with anyone under the age of 18
- Shall not establish, maintain or access any social networking sites, websites or webpages
- Shall not attend at any park, school, day care, pool, playground, skating rink, community centre, or recreational centre
- Shall not possess, use or access directly or indirectly any electronic device that is capable of accessing the internet including but not limited to cellular phones, computers, computer gaming consoles, blackberries, or any personal digital assistant
- Shall not possess any weapon.