SUISUN CITY, Calif. - The Suisun City Police Department is providing City residents easy access to a new free statewide alert service that notifies subscribers about sex offenders who violate their parole by removing GPS tracking devices.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation launched the new website to provide the public with the parolee’s name, physical description, picture and last known whereabouts. Alerts are updated within hours of a warrant being issued.
Anyone can via email to the alert system free of charge.
This web page was established following a directive issued earlier this month by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger that CDCR notify the public and the media whenever a paroled sex offender removes his or her GPS unit and absconds from parole.
CDRD already notifies law enforcement through the California Department of Justice’s Criminal Intelligence and Investigation system alerts.
To subscribe to alerts, visit http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/parole/GPS-Wanted-Alerts.html.
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