Sunday, June 3, 2012

Pedophile released without tracking protocol

Haaretz    Officials in the Israel Prison Service's Unit for Monitoring Sex Offenders claim that due to turf wars among government agencies, a convicted pedophile is to be released from prison on Sunday without arrangements for housing or therapy. They say that makes it very difficult to keep tabs on the man, who is considered highly likely to reoffend. 

The individual served two previous prison terms for sexual offenses against minors. After the second one, as now, he was ordered to remain under supervision following his release but he reoffended, committing sexual crimes against a young boy. 

According to a figure familiar with the case, "In the absence of a supportive environment and with no permanent address, the individual will become even more dangerous while the monitoring capabilities have declined significantly."

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