On March 3, the Riverside Police Department’s Sexual Assault – Child Abuse Unit and 290 Compliance Unit coordinated a compliance check operation of numerous sex offender registrants living in Riverside. The operation was part of the department’s ongoing efforts to remain in regular contact with the sex offenders.
Operations like this help police to confirm the sex offender’s residential information provided by them at the time of their last registration, and to investigate those offenders who may be out of compliance with state requirements.
Seventy sex registrants contacted at 25 different locations were checked during the operation and parole and/or probation searches were conducted where appropriate. Warrants will be issued for nine sex offenders who were no longer living at their reported addresses, authorities said.
One subject who was found to have a felony warrant was arrested and booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center.
In addition to checking residences where registered sex offenders were living, officers checked parks throughout the city to ensure the children have a safe place to play.
The sweep was executed with the assistance of members of the Riverside Police Department’s Post-Release Accountability & Compliance Team (PACT), Problem Oriented Policing Team, and the Riverside County Probation Department. Additional information was gathered during the sweep that will require further follow-up, the department said.
Information related to sex offenders, the sex offender database search tool, and resources pertaining to sexual assault prevention and education can be found on the California State Department of Justice “Megan’s Law” website at www.meganslaw.ca.gov.
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